Manor House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
We arrived at Edinburgh airport to some drizzles. Another travel adventure was had in trying to locate the car company we rented from but all was well when we finally figured it out. We arrived in Oban after dark so we didn't see much of the town but we awoke to an amazingy beautiful day. It was off to Inverawe Smokehouse for smoked salmon and walks through the cow fields and along the Lochs. Then it was time for the purpose of this ...
... stunning and varied as we drove through wide and narrow valleys, along lochs and past mountains that still had some snow on them. The roads continued to be one lane at times and I'm not convinced that it is a great idea for tour buses to be travelling those routes- even when there is one lane each way, their width encroaches over the lane of the oncoming traffic! I saw a number of signs encouraging good manners on the roads, including suggestions to ...
... see how far the wrong road has taken us, and despite the temperature, the beauty has made this journey so worthwhile.
We decided to head for Oban. We been through Glen Coe a few times and the road climbs again from here before making the banks of Loch Leven and then the coast.
It was 45 miles away, there was no snow or ice and almost no traffic. The road followed a graceful river valley all the way to the sea. Its ...
... really funny and knows so much about the history of the area. We left the morning after we arrived, bright and early.
The first day we set out and stopped to take photos of one of the castles just outside of Edinburgh that was important for controlling the passage between the north and south of Scotland. Then we saw the bridge that was somehow important with a battle between England and Scotland which William Wallace fought in. There was a lot of Braveheart history in ...