The Tyndrum Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so we had a good talk. [Which reminds me of a comment I once heard: "What do you call a person who speaks only one language? An American"] Our route today took us through more extraordinary scenery. We drove from the Isle of Skye through Glen Garry to the Great Glen that bisects the country from south to north. On the way we passed several Munros, the term for moutains in Scotland over 3,000 feet high. Not so high by North American standards but plenty awesome ...
... If we're gonna do a cruise, it's gonna be for Loch Ness 4. Kilchurn Castle - this castle wasn't listed on our GPS and there weren't any signs for it so we had to follow the detailed instructions off of my guide. We pull of the road on this unmarked road and get out and start walking. We come out from the trees and see this beautiful castle ruin on this green field surrounded by Lake Awe. Omg this is the Scotland we have been waiting for! We are so excited, and cold, we ...
... through a herd of very shaggy Highland breed cattle standing or lying
along the trail. They’re big enough to look slightly threatening but were
fortunately totally docile. What I want to know is, how can they see with their
eyes almost completely covered by hair? Rain was forecast for the afternoon,
and I was fortunate to make it to Bridge of Orchy just as the sprinkles arrived.
I had booked a hostel bunk at a ...
... we both headed out to the Green Welly Stop nearby on the A82 to have a look at what was on offer for dinner and also to grab some food for breakfast and lunch tomorrow. I decided on some oatcakes as I could have them with the bock of cheese and chorizo sausage I had been carrying around for the last few days, uneaten. We also checked out the local pub to see what was on the menu. The deal was done, pub it was going to be. We headed back to the hostel to wait ...
... before they emigrated. I wonder if he left them behind. I don’t think the 75 yr old would have travelled well.
I am like Thelma, rather inexplicably fascinated by churches (as long as I don’t have to listen to sermons) and Killearn has a really old one, with a graveyard of course. It was open to the sky, and a rook perched on a gravestone. It could have been eerie but it wasn’t. Surrounding it is one of the capped stone walls, which line ...