The Scot House Hotel and Restaurant
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... guides. The wind was blustery and cold but the information in the audio guide was very informative and we enjoyed the walk.
This morning (Thursday) we went into Inverness to have a look around. Inverness city centre is, for the most part, very drab and the sandstone buildings are very dirty looking. We found the tourist information centre and, armed with maps, we went to the Museum and Art Gallery. We were very pleased that we ...
... but not before stopping and having a good look at the highland cattle that you see all over the place with their fur in front of their eyes you wonder if they can see anything at all. I was lucky enough for one to pose while I took it's picture and off we went to see the castle. We opted not to go to the Castle as we have seen so many on this trip and as I looked around we weren't the only ones as it did have a hefty price to go in and it's only a ruin, but ...
... on another hill walk.
We walked up the hill outside town, which was much further than we thought, and got a great view of Blair Castle and the village, and saw deer prancing through the heather. Then a quick second walk to a waterfall (or more like a super rushy rapidy river) and on to the distillery in the next town over.
We managed to make it the depot in Kelty with about 3 minutes to spare, then walked for an hour to the next town ...
... 45 minutes for her to maybe walk by, again she never did. So we back tracked and walked all the way back to the palace to find her sitting outside of it. We asked her how long she had been waiting, she said about two minutes, she had been in the palace still that whole time. She took taking your time to a whole new level, but at least she enjoyed her self. We explore through the gift shop and made our way ...
... were we are staying. After a quick dinner we headed off out to see Ruthven Barracks which is a bit like Burrow Mump, only bigger. Then on to see Loch Insh and finally coffee and ice cream in a surprisingly Scottish-accented Italian restaurant before returning to Kingussie for the night. Tomorrow is going to be very exciting as we are off to the world of Harry Potter in the form of the Jacobite steam railway. I am so excited! Until next ...