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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some Rid to get them out of the car. We decided to take another single lane road that followed the coast line for several miles between Lochinver and Durness. The decision was the right one and the scenery was absolutely terrific. What a change now we are in rock and heather no trees and lots of areas where they collect peat. I've told you about the narrow roads so I have put a ...
... of more lucrative sheep farming forcing most to migrate to Britain’s far-flung colonies. The Dukes have a fantastic house, though, the largest in the Scottish Highlands, a beautiful castle that dates mostly from about 1850 that is magnificently furnished as well. The gardens behind and below the castle along the North Sea are also some of the best I’ve seen in Scotland.
North of Dunrobbin Castle I passed into Caithness, ...
... a whole hour. Lots of laughs...not all at Vince's expense Charles took some of the limelight (of course). Although he wasn't laughing when the one job he gave Steve & Vince was to wake him before junction 31 on the M6 so we could be taken to a really really good restaurant for breakfast. Vince was talking and was stopped in his tracks as we sailed past the junction with Charles still asleep in the back. Steve & Elaine just laughed, which woke Charles. ...
It was a rather bittersweet day today, leaving Kirkwall and telling our lovely hosts good bye. The old struggle with suitcase and backpack began again! The bus ride to Stromness was good, the weather warm and sunny. There was quite a bit of time to wander a new way in Stromness and take a few more pictures before time to board the ferry for the hour and a half trip to Scrabster, where the ferry docks on the mainland..
We were able this ...
... found it, it really was quite remarkable. The well itself was tiny, a little concrete basin perhaps only about 40cm x 30 cm, fairly full of coins, and the trees all around were absolutely thick with clothing - everything from babies' nappy liners (canny one, that - pick something designed to rot away quickly!) to underwear to dresses to jackets - even a fluoro safety jacket (I wonder how he explained that to his boss when he returned from his shift without it!) and a ...