Northern Sands Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... product. Also, they do not use peat so it has a much smoother finish. Had the same Jack Daniels discussion with the lady leading the tour – come on folks, and they get offended if you add the "e" to their word “whisky” versus “whiskey” as we do in the states. I must admit, the sample was very good and I will purchase a bottle when I get back home.
I popped by the 13th century Dornoch ...
... around as well. They were obviously quite fond if deer hunting as most of the castle was decorated with hundreds of antlers. We had a picnic lunch in the gardens of the Castle then set out to find the other "castles" of the Robertson Clan. Right next door to Blair Castle was Lude House, which was meant to have been owned by the Robertson's of Lude at one point. Its not now and is currently being renovated. We had to drive up this really long "private" driveway to get to it. When we got ...
... Today he was putting on the flexible solar panels. He also has a windmill that he raises on the mast sometimes but says it vibrates the boat so he doesn’t use it too much anymore. Neat guy – just retired but still working too.
Then, we sadly left our wonderful B&B hosts Ruth and Edgar and headed downtown for the bus to Stromness. We got there ...
... Family looked after her.
After the litte spiel we wandered off to have a look the day was brilliant sunny as until we got out of the protectiveness of the buildings and the wind near blew our heads off it was a tad strong we followed this path way that lead us to a Bronze age home that included running water and some benches and sleeping spots, to think they had running water before even the Romans thought of it. We headed up to this Tomb and on the way we had ...
... it's guys like you Mike that made our adventure better thanks to your route recommendations and continued encouragement, if you ever find yourself in Bucks give us a shout. Thanks to my family too for helping out and so make it possible for me to go, missed you guys. Adventures like this one make you realise that you need the bad times to appreciate the good ones, like taking the rough with the smooth, like having children are the hardest thing you ever do but best thing you ever ...