The Strontian Hotel
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... lane road took at least an hour. I don't know how many times we stopped for photos, and we could have taken many more had there been more stopping places. This is a dead end track, so we came back to the A82 for the final run through Glencoe, to the village of Glencoe. This area is steeped in history, and is the scene of one of the most treacherous events in Scottish history, which we will explore tomorrow. However the scenery is absolutely ...
... prettiest train rides around. It lived up to it's expectations! The ride was only one hour and fifteen minutes. The scenery was beautiful with lots of lochs, trees, mountains and hills. We took a ton of pictures. Mallaig was our destination for the day. When we arrived we ate at a nice tea room in town. They only served Scottish food, which was interesting. Todd had a chicken and bacon club. It sounds normal, but it had slaw, ham as bacon, strong cheese and weird seasoning in it. ...
... castle next to the river. We waited at the river for the Jacobite train to cross a bridge over the river for some pictures. We could hear the train approaching, because you could hear the chugga chugga choo choo since it was an old steam train. It was a great day with lots of beautiful scenery and a nice relaxing evening. - ...
... but let me tell you…a
56% 11yr old single alt whiskey is bleedin’ potent!I spent the evening eating bland pasta and talking to some
guys from Edinburgh who were on a uni trip. They were good company!It was funny actually, as we were playing scrabble with some
of the guys who work there and a new ...
... Olwyn may have been right and that Hector McFadyen might have married. In Glasgow I found a marriage that seemed to fit and it had occurred when he was older and his parents had died.
I just realised i have plunged straight into the McFadyens without any explanation. Mum’s father was Peter McFadyen, NZ born. His father Neil McFadyen and his wife Mary (Munro) emigrated to NZ around 1878. They were in Dunedin briefly, then came to Middlemarch where they ...
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Didnt visit this time. Put off by £3.50 pint
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