Macdonald Rusacks Hotel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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These Scots are incredible! Not only were we given an incredible breakfast at our B and B (after a great sleep - recovery a bit from the overnight so-called "sleeper" train ), our hosts took us shopping by car ( groceries for the daughter), then drove us to town and then dropped us and the groceries off at Emily's apartment - now what did we do to deserve such luck?! The hosts are very warm and welcoming, and the cottage is not only quaint ...
... br> On our last train, we met a Canadian who was taking the exact same route as us and a lovely Scottish girl who attends university in St. Andrews. What a great find!! Well, except for the fact that the Canadian was a bit of an oversharer, but it was still nice to meet someone from "home" and the Scottish girl gave us some tips on catching the bus and some good things to see and do in St. Andrews.
We literally walked ...
So here we are, home again after a long day's travelling. We left Pennyland House this morning at 8am specifically so we could sit on Thurso station for the mandatory Brooker 45 minutes.... and if I thought Leuchars station was a quiet place to spend 45 minutes, I should have waited for Thurso on a Saturday morning! The train down to Inverness was marginally quicker than the one up as it stopped at fewer of the tiny halts, but seemed twice as long as we ...
... but a good Swiss one, along with sealed canisters of film dated 1972. This stuff will go off to one of the local "antique" stores where some collector will appreciate it. I had a look on eBay and cameras like this sell for £200, so it is probably worth listing.
There was also some equipment, some was rubbish and went into the bin, but some power supplies and sweep oscillators that looked in good condition, we kept. After ...
... health inspector is onsite. Alternatively, make friends with a random Frenchman who may offer to cook you an egg and a coffee in the morning. (Thanks Stephan!).
- When a random Frenchman, who has been camping a while now, suggests insect repellent as the most valuable commodity, there is a reason, and you should listen. Otherwise, make sure you have a headscarf ready to breathe through and a spare fan hand ...