Polmaily House Hotel
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... local shop know for their fresh fish fishing in local waters. The meal was really enjoyable.
Drove back to Theresa for a "loop dop or two" and then caught the train back to Edinburgh.
It is really amazing how well the public transport works in the UK and the affordable cost of this efficient mode of transport around the cities and countryside.
Early Friday morning, our transport took us back to the airport so we could pick up our hired car for ...
... or two people buried in each cairn, so they were likely people of importance.
The cairns were located in the middle of an open, wooded clearing, and I could really feel how ancient they were. The whole time I kept thinking about the Outlander books, which both my Mom and I have read. The first few are based in Scotland, and the main character is a woman from the WWII era who goes through a portal in time at some standing stones near Inverness. She ends up 200 years ...
... is a series of 5 consecutive locks (not lochs) for boats using the Caledonian Canal. This canal allows boats to sail all the way from the west to the east coast of Scotland.
This evening we have found a layby on the side of a small loch for overnighting in, and Charlie hit the sack as soon as he'd finished dinner, hoping for a better night's sleep, and a better day tomorrow.
... We think it'll be funny to surprise the students with our dress-up time at the castle. We managed to take them without any students seeing us. Other than that, the castle was good to see but I definitely enjoyed Edinburgh Castle more. I found Stirling Castle a little too much like a museum, whereas Edinburgh seemed to be a better representation of how it would have looked in the past. We pulled up to our hotel for the evening in Gartmore, Scotland around 6:15 pm. I probably ...
... Castle .
Then after organizing some lunch we took off for the Guisachan Gathering .
Guisachan ... The home of the original Golden Retrievers ... Here at last! The ruins if the Estate are still awe inspiring !
The club put on a great day of haggis hurling and tug of war. I participated in both! We did win one if our heats ! My hurl of the haggis wasn't so good though. Then performed the Grand old Duke of ...