The Glen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We woke up to snow! Scotland is very much living up to its 4 seasons in a day reputation! We headed to Pitlochry today but were all rather tired and windswept so we only bothered to leave the warmth of the car to see The Queen's View. Worth the ...
... the way home on the 7 hour flight we were all next to each other, of course we did little communicated and indulged ourselves in movies, reading and sleeping. There was about a 30 minute delay but luckily it didn't effect our next flight. We landed in Toronto and wasted about 20 minutes with customs trying to figure out was going on. But we got through and made it to ...
... has been in the family for 8 generations and has been done up and still lived in to this day. Half of the castle is lived in by the family and the farm still worked upon with 40 permanent employees. The owner is the queens representative for the region in which it's located and she proudly displays all her photos of all royal visits and royal occasions she attends (inc will and Kate's wedding)! What was even better is that she made the time to come down whilst we were ...
We also went for a walk to a really beautiful waterfall, but I actually found the little bridge to the left of the waterfall to be more amazing. All postcard scenes. Just beautiful. One of those hidden gems covered in moss and surrounded by old trees. Back to Edinburgh in the afternoon.
Our last day in Edinburgh (sad). Fairly quiet. Both had a lovely deep bath at the apartment to ease our weary bones. Just ...
... 8217;t visible. Parts were green and other parts, especially around Glen Coe were bleak. We called into the Glen Coe visitors centre but only briefly as we have been there before.
We went into Fort William for a latish lunch then did a cache here at an interesting lock system known a Neptune’s Stairs. It was a series of 8 locks that eventually lifts a boat 20 metres but it takes 90 minute to get through.
We spotted a sign for the Commandos memorial so stopped ...