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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Burray Village
... sticking out of their heads and I could see them thinking about how they could have a go. I told then how I got my thumb caught in one when I has about their age, describing how it chewed my thumb thru to the bone. We headed into Thurso and to the Royal Hotel. We had scored twin rooms again and a room with a view over the gas station. We had drinks in the room before eating dinner in the bar, the pie was excellent. An early start in the morning, sailing out to the Orkney ...
... with green moss on them, but probably saw only 10 people. We also found a bird colony with lots of PUFFINS as well as lots of other birds, but puffins are the best. The look like so cute/semi afraid all the time and it's a wonder they can fly. We also saw a couple of seals. It was awesome and nice to be back with wildlife and ************e around. The next morning I found out what midges are ...
... highlands. Lunch is at Docmach a charming little village with 2 antique stores. Both well stocked. Lunch was a wonderful sandwich.
To break up the trip we stopped at a wine distillery and saw the secrets of how the Scott's make whiskey. Yes free samples = happy bus.
Castle Mey the queen ...
... connection, as these places / settlements are 5000 years old (and being visited by bus loads of tourists daily) the records are not that well kept. These remains of ancient civilisations are older than the pyramids - no joke. While at Skara Brae they lived underground, due in part to there being no trees on Orkney, at Gurness they built a forts containing families both above and below ground. Like the ...
... off about 10 minutes after arriving to the Earl and Bishop’s Palace, c. 1643. Primarily ruins at this point but amazing architecture – took lots of pictures for my cousin the geologist. All is sandstone, either red or yellow, done in various artistic combinations as you will see in the St. Magnus church doorway. Many of the styles ...