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TripAdvisor Reviews The Colonsay Isle of Colonsay
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... of Scotland. Before leaving the Highlands, we stopped at a lookout at a spot called Rest & Be Thankful next stop was Loch Lomond...the largest loch on Scotland which straddles the highlands and the lowlands. One of our last photo stops is a shot of Stirling Castle in the late day sunshine before an hour's drive back to Edinburgh where this part of our tour comes to an ...
Yesterday was picture perfect weather wise...sunny and bright...this morning we woke to more typical Scottish weather...rain, wind and cold...We set off to visit Ardbeg, Lagavullin and Laphroaig...each with their own unique whiskys, methods and final product tastes...my personal faves were the Ardbeg whiskys. we also toured some ruins of castles, churches and saw some Celtic crosses More when you see the ...
... day...visited some historic sites, toured three distilleries and had whisky from a total of four distilleries...have a look at our awesome day! then we returned to our home away from home at Bowmore, bought food for dinner and have now settled in with wine and whisky! a grrreeeeaattt day! Loving every precious ...
... pass, and indeed when we arrive at Pulpit Rock it becomes single track, with a one-way system controlled by traffic lights to guide vehicles safely between the vertical rock face on one side and the water on the other. Eventually we are allowed through, but to our amazement - Pulpit Rock having been a feature of the main road north for decades - we come upon a mass of machines and men beavering away to add a second, outer carriageway, cantilevered over the ...
... pass by a series of switchbacks. The new road, built about 35 years ago, has a much smoother gradient but on the other hand that is the one that keeps getting blocked by landslides.
Over an excellent espresso coffee at the original Oyster Bar on Loch Fyne, I study the map. South Knapdale, where I have not been before, lies about halfway down the 100 mile long finger of Argyll. The main road runs relatively straight beside Loch Fyne on the ...