Kilmichael Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we left our very old hotel in Dingwall not far from Inverness. We drove to Culloden to the battle site explored the area of the battle. We travelled onto to Loch Ness trying to find the monster, Nessie. She wasn't to be found. We travelled onto Loch Lomond and then to our accom for the night in Prestwick. What a wonderful scenic drive. We have seen so many castles on our trip. One we particularly ...
Weather today has turned a bit chilly and raining for most of the day. Left Greenock and travelled up passed Loch Lomond to Fort William and retraced the steps of last year along the Caledonian Canal to Inverness. Met up with May and checked out the work Alasdair has put into the renovations of their home, he has done a remarkable job. Packed our suitcases ready to return home and had a early night as Ann was very tired. Ready to hit the town ...
... get this over with.
Anyways, during the week I decided to make stuffed peppers (my favorite dinner dish... or at least one of them) and I can proudly say that they did not come out horrible. They actually came out pretty good! After consulting with my mom and doing some Internet research, I cooked up the meat in the frying pan, seasoned it and then stuffed the peppers, added tomato sauce and some Parmesan cheese and into the oven they went. I didn't have any rice or ...
... with all our gear to our guest house 'Tigh na tobrach', about a 10 min walk south in the crisp fresh air, passing friendly people, some sheep in paddocks, and the odd rabbit scuttle by. There must be lots of rabbits on the island as you can see many rabbit holes along the road side. We were greeted by our friendly host Norman, and settled into our warm spacious room for a little while to relax. We hadn't had time so far for any lunch, and Noah wasn't looking like having a sleep, ...
... and Sally handed showed us “the timetable” for the next two weeks. It was drawn out on a 5ft by 3ft sheet of construction paper, with dates down the left hand side and names (Ian, Sally, Beth, Megs and Anoop) across the top. The activities to be participated-in/performed-by a particular person on a particular day were denoted in each intersecting cell in the table below. Beth and Sally had been working on it since well before we arrived to ensure we knew the ...