The Pierhouse Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... nice things for brunch. These woods, being adjacent to the hospital are often used by staff and patients. Because of the height you can see quite a distance including the Falkirk Wheel which we visited on a past stays here but for those who don't know is a quite amazing mechanism to lift long boats travelling the canal from one level to the other. It's quite a ...
... the street with him leading us playing the bagpipes. It was about a 5min walk so not far. When we got to the place we watched a few performances by an amazing little dancer the it was our turn to get up and try a few of the dances. A lot of them were like the social dancing we did at postgate so were quite familiar. It was actually so much fun! They were partner dances and lots of jumping around. Each time we finished a dance we were sweating buckets and needed a ...
... tour of Oban distillery (one of my favorite Scotch Whiskeys). And why do I like it so much? The 4 flavors that epitomize the scotch are smoke, sea salt, orange and honey. The smell inside is so very different from a brewery even though you are dealing with almost the same ingredients. Seth and I were quite restrained and only purchased a few bottles-to share, of course.
Since I had satisfied both the Dr. Who and Harry ...
This morning, we took a trip on the Jacobite Train from Fort William to Mallaig, a small fishing village on the western coast. The Jacobite is a famous steam train, made more so because of its alternate persona, the Hogwart's Express. We travelled through some majestic scenery and passed over the Glenfinnan Viaduct which is also famous for its engineering significance as well as for its extreme beauty. Mallaig is pretty little town which benefits greatly from the influx of train ...
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To finish on a lighter note. As in Britain, the speed limits across Scotland and the Islands range from 60 mph on the open road to 20 mph in towns. A noteworthy, and paradoxical, exception is in the location of roadworks. There the posted speed limit is 21 mph?! And our accommodation takes us back into antiquity. The floors of Flat 2 on the second floor of the Royal Building slopes quite steeply to some point at the centre of the ...