The Marine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... coming from the dry and smokey summer we’ve just left.
We came up on the land near Glen Coe and began exclaiming over the beauty and then climbed in elevation and into the mountains, and Rob got misty-eyed, feeling a connection to the land that he didn’t expect. We pulled over to take it in, and take some photos, then carried on past Loch Lomand - singing the famous song in the car as we drove past - and up into ...
... own gunpowder, the castle was blow to pieces and remained in ruins for 200 years. In the early 1900's it was rebuilt by ancestors of the McCrea clan. They lived in the castle through the 1950's when it was opened as a museum. Our next stop was a quick photo stop overlooking the Skye Bridge. Bradford village for lunch. Armadale Ferry Highland Hairy cows, one of oldest breeds in the ...
We spent the night in Fort William at a bed and breakfast a little outside of town. It was a really nice place with a yummy breakfast. Todd had a fruit platter with yogurt and toast. I had cornflakes and bacon, which taste a bit like country ham, and toast. Something funny we have noticed is the fact they must not be exposed to many southern American girls. They have a hard time understanding me, and they always try to give Todd my breakfast. In the morning I usually order eggs, toast, ...
... train used in the Harry Potter movies. We arrived in Mallaig, a fishing town, around 12:30 for our hour and a half layover. We walked to the pier, climbed a mountain, well it felt like a mountain, in order to get a few nice photos of the town so please look at the photos and feel sorry for our calves. We then went to the local grocery store/deli and picked up lunch before boarding for the return trip.
... other. We later learned that more than a third of people on the island speak Gaelic as their first language, and more than half of the children attend Gaelic-only schools. The fact that the fishing boats were moored across from the restaurant explained by such a modest establishment had such outstanding seafood. Anna, who is a true connoisseur of salmon, pronounced her simple steamed salmon as the best she'd ever eaten. That recommendation might be worth more than a Michelin ...