Northern Sands Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... you had put a double bed in the room it would have taken up the entire room... um no. I decided for the money (400 pounds a month) it was not worth it. I knew I wasn't going to get a huge place but I did want something bigger. So I left that one and continued on my hunt. The next place I looked at I found when someone tagged me in a post on the local info/buy/sell facebook page (you see my entire friends and family network went to work to find me a place). ...
... position with a decent starting salary. It is a position that will allow me to get qualified as a Travel Agent and thus gain a skill which I can take anywhere, should I get itchy feet again. I will be working 5 days a week on a 6 day roster and it is usually an eight and a half hour day with a half hour lunch break. I get to sleep in a bit on Saturdays though!!! On Saturdays, we only open at 10:00 AM instead of 9:00 AM and then we close at 3:00 PM ...
... of it. It also had some of the tallest Fir trees in Scotland. We drove down to a Beatrice Potter's exhibit but when we looked at it decided it was more aimed at kids and probably not all that worth it for us. So we pressed on to our caravan park where we were going to stay the night, which was near Kinross. Our last full day in Scotland we spent driving to a spaceship motor home place to get our brakes fixed. They had started squealing the afternoon before. Turns out the brake pads had ...
... said than it did so. A sunny late afternoon and we have pushed on walking 17.5 miles to a place called Glutt Farm. In effect we are 4 miles further up the valley than planned, meaning we can push beyond Kinbrace tomorrow, in turn cutting down on the 25 miles to Crask the following day!!
Fallen on our feet again. When we got here, knocked on the door to be greeted by Gus, the new estate manager here as well as his Pointer Pluto. Gus kindly invited us in for tea, has ...
... to look at some silver and grey.
Back on the main road, we continue our tour. A tourist sign takes us up a side road to visit 'The Hill O' Many Stanes'. We walk through a gate and up a hill where we are presented with...wait for it...a field on a hill full of many stones! Is this some kind of joke? Historic Scotland don't think so. No-one really knows why they are there but it's assumed that it might have been a burial site. More than 190 flagstones are ...