Muckrach Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
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... s more modern than the other castles we've seen and I think it serves some government purpose today. Right next to the castle is the Castle Tavern. We go in there for our dinner and drinks. After dinner we head to a top bar called Hootenannies. It's supposed to have Scottish music everyday! We walk in and people are eating dinner. Oh yea, it's only 6:30pm and the music doesn't start til 9:30. Damn. We have a drink then head back to the hotel to ...
... the sandy shore enjoying the mild sunny morning. We've been told that this part of Scotland see a lot more sun and a lot less rain than the northeast and south. Back in our car, we drove to the site of a 50+ year old eco-community, Findhorn Foundation. Here, people who want to live in better harmony with nature and engage in a search for inner fulfillment gathered in the last decades of the 20th century, formed a community, built homes, raised their ...
... cottage with a thatched roof and a huge new visitors centre. Lots of info on the battle itself, very interesting. Now onto Grantown-on-Spey, our hotel here is almost unbelievable, first up it is supposedly haunted, it looks like someone has decided to make a hotel by joined two old houses together, it looks like they have built a large dining room and bar in between them, very odd, anyway we have a shocking room, if it ...
... uploaded the blog and posted the pictures for yesterday. Afterwards, I strolled into the dining room, where a live three-person band which included an accordion player. They played mainly polka music, and the German tour group that was also staying at the hotel, must have felt they had died and gone to polka heaven. Many of our tour participants were letting loose, including Mark our driver, who was shamed me for not being out on the dance floor. ...
... It was extremely moving and very sad. Over 1,500 clansmen lost their lives in this battle, along with approximately 50 British soilders. We left with heavy hearts and decided to lift our spirits by attempting to be the next to catch a glimpse of Nessie.
From Culloden, we headed north to Inverness and drove the entire length of Loch Ness (36km), enjoying the scenery and searching for the elusive Loch Ness Monster. Unfortunately, the only Nessie ...