The Royal an Lochan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we went to the Scottish Sea Life Centre in Oban. When we got to the centre we firstly went to the Canadian Otter talk then we went into the aquarium with is still in the sea life centre but a different building. There were lots of interesting sea life in the aquarium like small sharks and moray eels and also deep sea fish. Then we went onto our next talk which was about seals the ...
Today we went on a walk from Arrochar to the next loch. It took 2 hours to get to the end of the walk. When we finished the walk we went to have lunch at a hotel. Then we tried to hire a bike from across the road, but totally failed at contacting the number. Then we went to a village called Luss, when we got to Luss we went on a walk up the river. When we finished our walk at Luss we walked all the way back to our ...
The PS Waverley is making its last trip of the summer from Helensburgh today, and it is a another beautiful one, perfect for a maritime excursion. By the time my niece and I arrive at the pier she is already inching in to dock, red funnels shining in the sun. We are rather alarmed by the number of people lining the decks and the pier - not having had the foresight to buy tickets in advance, we are on tenterhooks about whether we will in fact be allowed on. But when ...
... however I spotted a school group headed for the museum so Geoff, Liam and Rachel soon hurried out and we got to the museum just ahead of the group. We have learnt to get ahead of the school groups otherwise it's a nightmare.
The museum is quite small but interesting, it's where Captain Cook did his apprenticeship. It doesn't say a lot about NZ but at least we appear on the maps. To be honest I think a lot of it was over Rachel and ...
... wouldn't pay to go into the museum there (although it is highly recommended) as we find the entry costs too high and they all just add up... We're just happy to look at the outside of buildings and learn what we can from signs posted around or from the advertising brochures! (Very Scottish of us!) Instead of paying entry fees we treated ourselves to a cuppa in the beautiful barn restoration next door.