Portland Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for a chieftain. The cathedral itself was founded in 1137 by the Viking, Earl Rognvald, in honor of his uncle Magnus. We returned to the bus for the return to the ferry dock. We arrived and immediately boarded the ferry. The return trip on the ferry was much rougher. The waves were three to four feet high, but the weather had broken and wasn't raining anymore. However, because of the cold, most people sat on the lower deck inside. We arrived back ...
... gardens to where the falconry demonstration was to be held to get good seats. I read and held our seats while Jean walked the grounds. The demonstration began at 11:30 and lasted for half an hour. The gentleman giving the demonstration was excellent. He has 12 birds of prey. He demonstrated a hawk, an eagle and a falcon. He had them swoop over our heads, I felt the wings touch my cap on one fly over. He had great patter ...
... for 4 hours in superb conditions - some of the nicest sailing ever.
We were tied up in Wick by a quarter to nine and took a brief strole around this former fishing town, similar in size to Looe. In one year in the 19th century more herring were landed in Wick than any other port in the world. ...
Today we wake to grey skies and rain thundering on our tent. We left our crocs outside and they are full of water despite the drainage holes! It has been chucking it down all night. We can't believe our luck when the sun comes out at 9 o'clock.
Just over a hundred years ago the east coast harbours of Caithness and Sutherland were at the heart of the North Sea herring boom. Our route today will start in the north, detour across country and then follow the ...
... Mo, pull yourself together for goodness sake, if you are like this now what the heck are you going to be like at the finish?!! 30, 20 woohoo really getting there. We had a very strong tailwind literally pushing us even up hills it felt good, I wanted to fly along. But I had to keep braking because Henry's bike (and Henry too to be honest) is heavier than mine so it didn't get pushed along as quickly. 20, 10 miles. Yikes... We decided to add a slight detour to Dunnet Head (the ...