Knock Castle Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... the other handle. The first person looks the other in the eye and says something nice to them. They then have a small sip of the whisky and pass the cup on to the next person. It was a lovely thing to do. My partner was Tanya and it was really easy to say nice things to her... she's wonderful!!! Bed happened by about 9:30... packing up for the Orkneys tomorrow YEAH... weather outlook is dismal but I don't care, I've kept the wellies and the wet weather gear. I'm set to go!!
... just right on the road. The lambs are so cute! When they saw me, they were sure to go close to their Mom, if they were away from her before.
I tried to follow my map notes, trying to figure out where I was. I would think, ok the road veers right here and the river is turning this way, so I am probably right here on the map. The River Almond was flowing right near the road so that was nice. I was surprised at the number of cars that passed me on the road. Not a whole lot, but ...
... evening meals. I had a "I wish we were rich" moment because a meal at any of these places for three would cost as much as we'd spent at the grocery store for 4 meals and 2 days of snacks. It was depressing because the fish and chips were calling my name :(
I woke up early and went for a nice run to explore the picturesque seaside village. It was so beautiful, nestled in a little cove and surrounded by big mountains. After breakfast I returned with James and Mum ...
... the bush to the distillery. The whiskey they were known for was The Famous Grouse. We did the whiskey tour, had some tastings and a look around.
The rest of the day was spent relaxing at the Highland games. It brought back memories from our Highland games at Scots but they were much better and it was cool that we were actually in Scotland. We enjoyed watching the tug of war between the different towns, there were some pretty hardcore blokes and they took ...
... village. It is a tiny place, located far up a "firth" (inlet from the ocean), and it fit its tour-book description. While the palace gardens were interesting, our main memories of Kinross will be for the fantastic pub lunch we had the Red Lion Inn. This included the best beer we had on the entire trip; one which -- unfortunately -- we failed to correctly identify and which we never did find again.
On our way to our ...