Loch Achray Hotel
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... the Hairy Coos - the whole reason for the day! They were awesome. They are really short and looong, and rust-orange, with huge fringes over their eyes and massive horns - exactly what you would expect for a cow to look like for the harsh wintery highland conditions. As soon as we drove up and come into view from the road, they knew! They started heading over the huge paddock to the fence which by the time we parked up a few minutes later, they were there and waiting. We got a ...
... for a coffee and carrot cake for £3.50. As the cake was running out, we were allowed to substitute the Scottish speciality of scones. We were so busy talking that more than an hour passed and Cushla showed us how her Kindle worked. This seemed a good idea as carrying books is a weighty part of our luggage. The I-phones were working overtime as we looked up the cost of Kindles and especially the new Kindle Touch.
... br> Callander was a large town with surprisingly few shops. Even fewer were open, it being a Sunday. We didn’t linger very long and resumed our journey to Aberfoyle. After a brief stop at the little town we drove on to the boat terminal to await the arrival of the small boat which would transfer us to the priory. One summoned the launch by turning a sign on a pole so that the white side faced the island. The ride was an adventure in ...
... wafter and then the edge coated in chocolate. On top of this side by side you put two scoops of icecream and then top this all off with a singel waffer, or is you are adventurous another marshmallow waffer for a double nugget. When i was young you had to almost graduate to be allowed to have one. Oh the memories. Well it was nice I have to tell you but even in Scotland's cooler weather the icecream melts quickly and you end up in a little bit of a mess. It was fun though.
... to that effect). It was a huge chocolate wafer thing with marshmallows. As sweet as it looked, I am sure it would have been extremely yummy.
Dinner was at a place called the Coachwood that looked like it had so much potential. It looked like a traditional pub with a nice atmosphere, however it was anything but. The food is better in the Woolworths frozen section than in this place, and the toys and place were grotty. The ...