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My second week in Scotland Fran and I took off early Tuesday morning traveling through the highlands towards the small fishing town of Oban, my Nanny's (my Dad's Mom, & my favorite person in the world) favorite place in Scotland. And I can see why. There is a charity shop on every other corner and the town is very quaint and cute, I loved it …
... had a piper! I got out to speak to him for a little while, and asked if I could photograph him. I put two pounds in his box, and he started playing! When someone else tried to take photos, he turned away from them! Fair enough, that's how he earns his income. Having a bit off time before we could check in, we drove through Glencoe and found the woods where Mum's colleague Sue has a (very) small plot of land. After a climb up a fairly steep track, ...
... lift boats from one level to another 25 metres in no time at all saving maybe an hour, if not more using conventional locks. Amazing piece of machinery/engineering, you will have to check the photos out for this one! We were a bit cheeky when we walked up the top (and jumped a fence we were not meant too!) where the boats are loaded onto the wheel, and started chatting to a lovely older chap who drives this canal boat for a charity, (Seagull Trust Charity) taking the ...
... castle next to the river. We waited at the river for the Jacobite train to cross a bridge over the river for some pictures. We could hear the train approaching, because you could hear the chugga chugga choo choo since it was an old steam train. It was a great day with lots of beautiful scenery and a nice relaxing evening. - ...
Wow today was amazing bit a lot of driving!
We headed out if Edinburgh on our Highland road trip.
Our first stop was in a town call Callander where we popped into the information centre to find out the best way to drive to our evening destination Fort William. We grabbed a snack from the bakery and headed to the falls at Killin.
We stopped off at the grave site where Rob Roy was buried. He was apparently the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLetterfinlay Lodge Hotel Fort William
We loved our stay at the Letterfinlay Lodge. The staff was great! It was a cozy hotel, the food was great and the view was amazing!
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