The Pierhouse Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... issue was that it was raining and very windy, so we all wound up saturated! This didn't help how sick I was feeling unfortunately. We also stopped after lunch at another small castle ruin that you can walk inside, but once again it rained us out and we retreated to the bus. The fascinating part of today was learning of the massacre of the MacDonald clan by the Campbells in the Glencoe area. It is a long ...
... rgb(219, 237, 254);">Driving through the outskirts of Edinburgh, it was clear not all the city shared the beauty of the centre. Once out in the country, the scenery was magnificent, including Stirling Castle as well as Tundra Forests, rapid rivers and green paddocks. Overall the terrain was incredibly similar to North Wales; beautiful. Out mate Garry talked for the entire trip, bar interruptions of Scottish music from his CD collection. I really enjoys learning about the ...
... Yeah, you could just sit here and check out the boats and ships that come in and out of the bay. Because we can, we have grilled steaks with fried peppers, onions and mushrooms with a side of baby potatoes. It is kind of nice to prepare a meal and enjoy eating what and when we want. You lose this kind of autonomy when staying in B&B's and having to eat out for meals. Our evening is spent reading and knitting.
Today it is raining a little in ...
Didn't get to see too much of Glasgow as we drove north this morning, First stop was the banks of Loch Lomand a pretty little spot which was the forerunner to some beautiful country as we proceeded via Rannoch Moor, Glen Coe and Fort William. In the afternoon we drove to Mallaig where we caught ferry to isle of Skye then followed banks of Loch Ness to Inverness a tidy and old ...
Stats: Average speed 11.3 mph Time moving: 6 hours 4 minutes Total time taken: 8 hours Total distance: 747 miles A spectacularly scenic day. 20 miles at the beginning along the bonnie bank of Loch Lomond. All in the sun. Rain for the final few Loch Lomond miles. Then up and up and up along the A82 through the mountains of Glen ...