The Lodge

Loch Goil, Loch Goil, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA24 8AE, United Kingdom | Hotel

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A laze around kind of day

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia


Today Nic was sick and I was sad so we stayed around and slept in and had some oat cakes and watched telly. We also planned the next leg of our journey and bought a coach pass. On Monday we will go to Glasgow and experience the city and hopefully the Glaswegian humour I have heard so much about. Tuesday is a travel day, going up The west coast into the highlands and stopping in at Fort William for a couple of hours before we head to Inverness. We will look around Inverness ...

Today I skimmed stones by the beach

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia


... and poppa. We soaked up the view after our catch up, and went into the charity shops and other cottage industry stores. I found a pretty cup and saucer and we picked out some silk scarves for Margaret. Nic picked one with bright pink flowers and I picked a burnt orange scarf, like one that nana enjoyed wearing. In the rain we made our way to the rock shop and had a chip buttie and a ...

You take the low road. I'll take the high!

A travel blog entry by rnjemk


... stayed with family. Thoroughly recommend a stay there at any time, with lots of good walks around the village to tempt a longer stay.

Today's drive over the highland peat plains of Raddock Moor past Clach Leachad (1097 metres) and Bidean Nam Brian (1148 metres) was spectacular. The weight of the last Ice Age sits heavily on the moors and surrounding fells. The valleys are unmistakedly glaciated, with grassed moraines providing patterned relief across the valley ...

Thirsk to Inchinnan, Scotland

A travel blog entry by gtlr

... of hers and make sure we had fish and chips for lunch as they are the best there. When we arrived at Whitby it was a bit grey and drizzly but Whitby isn't that big really so we headed off to the Captain Cook museum. As we were on our way we stopped at the Rock Shop (not music but lollies) and the kids stocked up on Whitby Rock this time. We then headed down the street the museum was on and got waylaid again by the fossil shop (real fossils not ...

From Jura to Keills

A travel blog entry by dawnc


... cross indicates the place). I had seen similar panels at Iona, but was unsure what was real and what was replica - here they are all real. They retrieved them from the graveyard and brought them inside. There are also other graves in the chapel, but the ones I could read were 1700s. The earlier stones are all carved and have no wording. The church is surrounded by the grave yard and a stone wall. All very well maintained as it is a national monument - but no people charging at the ...

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