The Lake of Menteith Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... A Dor beetle crosses my path, its carapace shining turquoise in the sun.
At the 85m summit the views across the water are quite spectacular in all directions: Inchcailloch is part of a chain of hills and islands running like a ruler along the Highland Fault Line. But I have to move on soon if I am to complete the circuit of the island before the water bus picks us up again at 2 pm. I eat my sandwiches at the official picnic site on a small sandy beach at the far end ...
Wow! Not even sure where to start. Our flight was delayed out of Columbus so we missed our flight from Philadelphia to Glasgow. At the last minute we had decided to check our bags so we wouldnt have to lug them around in the Philly airport. Big Mistake! We didnt see them again until two days later...Yes! US Airways lost our bags. Of alll the years I have traveled, the ...
... car and on the wrong side of the road. Believe it or not you get used to traffic coming at you from the right side sooner than you'd think. Mostly highway driving and it was dark before we could get to the smaller roads where things are more scenic. We did go through some neat small towns though. We'll see a lot more scenery tomorrow as we head to Oban, then on to Fort Williams and then on to St. Andrews ...
... Maddie in Europe is one of the best things I have done in my life. We got along so well. We knew how to make each other laugh and looked out for each other. I just want to say a huge thank you to you Maddie and I will be so glad to continue as your MUW forever and ever. I miss you so much over here and hope the rest of your trip through Italy and the States is amazing! Also super jealous that Scuttsy appeared over there after I left! KERRRRYYYYYYYY!!!! WAKE UP!! Love you Maddie & ...
Next stop – Inchmahome Priory [ISA 11.10] where Mary Queen of Scots holed up for a while as a child. The ruins of the Priory are on an island in the middle of the Lake of Menteith – the only 'lake' in Scotland apparently due to an error during the instructing of a Dutch cartographer in the 1700’s. I don’t know if he ever got paid.
The National Trust for Scotland run an ...