Lodge on Loch Lomond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... very good and unexpectedly helpful.
We checked out of the hotel and made it to the ferry terminal in plenty of time, but we weren't first in line this time. We spent the time on the ferry mostly reading and a little bit of watching the scenery go by. There were no unruly children on this ride.
Getting off the ferry at Kennacraig, we retraced some of Wednesday's route up as far ...
... of Clan chiefs past and present; peering inside, I am unsure whether the tartan-trousered, -bonneted and -kilted persons sitting there are meant to be part of the exhibit or not.
Highland dancing takes place under an awning in a separate part of the field. The audience here is more serious, composed as it is of the parents, grandparents and siblings of the competitors: young women, teenagers and small to very small girls, ...
... village, it has been on many TV shows and movies. Our B&B is excellent, our host Jane is talkative, but leaves you to yourself. There is a nice little guest lounge. We went for a walk around, it is very picturesque, but busy with bus loads of tourists. We'll get some photos one evening. Had a lovely meal at the Luss Village Rest. I had haggis for the first time, it won't be the last! I also finally contacted my mum's cousins, we'll see them over the next few ...
... centuries as well as an 11th century Viking hog back grave. The river is very clear and a father and son are fishing for tiddlers. The woods offer some welcome shade as the walk up to the slate quarry is pretty steep. On top we are rewarded with wonderful views over Loch Lommond and then a set of steep steps return us to the village. We return to camp for lunch. The only other ...
... by Lt Lindsay and Ensign Lundie
but his sons escaped, as initially did his wife. In all, 38 men were murdered either in their homes or as they tried to flee the glen. Another 40 women and children died of exposure after their homes were burned. The first clansman to be killed was Duncan Rankin. He was shot
down as he tried to escape ...