The Loch Leven Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Loch Leven Hotel North Ballachulish
Lecker Lamm und Aubergine dazu noch Butter und Brot Pudding
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... if issue that so many old churches have to contend with. Of course it has to be done and it's a heritage listed building and it's a city icon but the scaffolding alone will cost £35,000 even before the 'artisans' get to work. The reality is that one problem uncovers another and so it is here. The type of busking is appropriate don't you think? Hope you enjoy the ...
... through a town called fort William and looked at the Glenfinnan monument, another monument dating back to Scotland's wars of the 1700's. From fort William we drove to Oban which was our home for the night. To go that is our last night together so we made a few requests so we could all room together. The rooms were pretty cool and ours had a James Bond theme. Each bed had a characters name from James Bond on the wall and we decided those would be our names for the ...
... tour of Oban distillery (one of my favorite Scotch Whiskeys). And why do I like it so much? The 4 flavors that epitomize the scotch are smoke, sea salt, orange and honey. The smell inside is so very different from a brewery even though you are dealing with almost the same ingredients. Seth and I were quite restrained and only purchased a few bottles-to share, of course.
Since I had satisfied both the Dr. Who and Harry ...
... paradise quite unbelievable untouched by vandals and preserved for any one walking through the glen. Unfortunately the Forrest industry is about to cut down all the trees in this area in 2015 although they will replant new trees this magical place will be gone. Just before dinner we were entertained by a wee bagpiper and at the table the Burns ode to the Haggis which was the main meal. Sharyn & Ann declined to taste but I gave it a go and was pleasantly surprised went back for ...
... climbing, the environment and of course the history. We watched a short documentary on the Glencoe Massacre, in 1692. It was very interesting. They showed some documents which were the orders for various actions against Highland Scots who did not swear their loyalty to the king. The orders came from very high places, possibly as high as the king himself. It was still raining when we came out, so we had a look around their very good shop. I ...