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- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Ewe - so large, deep and with good access to the sea it was used as a naval harbour in WW2 and was packed with ships all the time. Drove to Gairloch. A pretty fishing and tourist village, on the shore of Loch Gairloch, that was the same name as the property John's mother's family owned in North Queensland years. Finally found a camp for the night at the side of Loch ...
... just for a quick break and to stretch our legs. We arrived in Edinburgh driving over the forth of firth bridge, seeing the sun set and soon we were in Edinburgh.
From the drop off point i walked back to the royal mile, stopped for dinner at the pub called the filling station. Just a chance to get some dinner and have a drink. After dinner i walked back to the hostel, i got ready for the next day, then downloaded and sorted pictures, did some reading and went to bed.
... turn into a car park where they played and some girls do Scottish dancing - band very young and they performed at the Commonwealth Games and have won awards, there were 2 very young/tiny dancers but they kept up with the others who were primary school age. It costs $2,000 to outfit a band member plus the cost of the instruments-what a great way to finish the day. Their parents must be very proud of them! It brought tears to our eyes, that could have been our grand children doing ...
... br> As I got closer to Poolewe the rocks increased and it is very barren country, almost no soil.
Aultbea, where John Beattie was the innkeeper is a small port. I don’t know yet whether it was in his days. It has white painted, two storey dwellings sprinkled around the hillsides and lined up behind the beach. A mix of modern and old, a few very old, but they have had corrugated iron roofs added. In the sea air, these are ...
... in town) that faces the harbour and ferry dock. We had a delicious fish dinner at a local inn on the suggestion of a lady in one of the shops. We had the place almost to ourselves - its not yet the busy season for tourism this far north. After dinner we drove to the coast and took sunset photos at the tiny village of Ardmair. Drove home, stopping every few miles to enjoy the scenery from the opposite angle.