The Moorings Hotel
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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 ...
This morning we had to leave even earlier than usual to get to the ferry in time to take us back to the mainland. By catching the ferry instead of driving to the bridge we saved a lot of time and meant we could see more during the day. Our first stop was another Harry potter reference, the place where dobby dies in the movie. It's just a small beach but was a cute little area. From there we drove along the 'road to the isles' which was stunning scenery! As we drove ...
... along the way, one of them was kilt rock which is a cliff face that looks likes the pleats on a kilt. From there we finished our loop and drove back through Portree and to our hostel for the night, saucy Mary's lodge. We bought supermarket food again so cooked up our meals, had a few drinks then went down to the bar for a dance. All the music sounded like Scottish jig music so once we were over it we headed to bed, ready for an even earlier start ...
... that seems to be famous for two things:
1) The Jacobite Memorial (which is actually quite a way from the train station). A monument built to honour a very important moment in Scottish history. Bonnie Prince Charlie began his rebellion here, raising an army of support as he made an attempt to reclaim the throne. An attempt that ultimately ended badly for him at the Battle of Culloden.
2) The viaduct used in the filming of Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets (the ...
... a town called Killin where we saw some beautiful falls.
On our first day in Fort William we felt active and the sun was shining, so we set off on a walk through the beautiful Glen Nevis to the Steall Falls. Fort William is known as the 'outdoor capital of the UK’ and I can see why. The town itself is fairly plain but the streets are lined with outdoor shops and the tourist information centre is packed with action sport brochures. The Steall ...