Aberfeldy Weem Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... It was so cool learning about these birds! <Side Note: we are driving though the Cairngorms National Park. The greenery looks so different here than what we're used to. A lot of pine trees! Still so many cows, sheep and goats all over the fields. I've never seen so many sheep in my life. They were just everywhere!! Wish there were more highland cows!> We then head down the road a while and find the Ruthevan Barracks. This is a huge ruin on top of a giant plateau. It ...
... we took some side roads to visit Doune Castle, The Scottish Crannoch Center and the village of Strathtay along the way. Also along the way, my confidence in my driving ability quickly melted away. We had no incidents (owing perhaps to luck), but navigating narrow, twisty roads and meeting other drivers whose belief in the sanctity of the law--speed laws in particular--was faint, all the while trying not to drive SO slow that we'd acquire a line of impatient drivers ...
... car. It is exciting to be here at this time, which could be an important time in Scottish history! Off to Stirling tomorrow to see the impressive castle. Dawn here. While Stephanie and Barb were cavorting around the West Highlands I took many trains to travel down to Dumfries where my people are from. What really surprised me about Dumfries was the size of the town itself ... I was expecting it to be just sheep and a few people ... so not the ...
epic walk today. clocked in around 10 miles as we opted out the first three and a half of straight pavement. no thanks.
up the mountain (may actually be a hill but I'll refer to what it feels like) to see the falls of Acharn which really weren't falling due to low water levels. got caught in a brief rain shower but overall a pretty dry day of walking.
... singer sang, so I joined in with everyone else in the pub. Nancy and I even had a solo (every table did) for the chorus of "The bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond" (aka You take the high road). The singer engaged the audience quite a bit (he was hilarious, as were several members of the audience who verbally volleyed with him), and his Scots was nearly unintelligible-by far the thickest Scots dialect we encountered (except maybe for the train announcer ...