West End Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Today was a slow day to get started with the Jen(n)s. Booking highland accommodation had become a relatively critical priority. We spent the morning combing through every tourism brochure and tourism directory we had to find accommodations. After we felt like we had put in a solid effort we picked up to explore Glasgow. We were making Glasgow our base in Scotland (as opposed to the more scenic and touristy Edinburgh) largely due to ...
... our expectations by far). Over to Barbie. After lunch we continued along Loch Lomond, sometimes hiking right along the beach. If you didn't know any better you could have been walking along the beach at the lake. I put my finger in the water and it felt like Kootenay Lake. Our hiking leader had prepared us for 7 miles of "undulations" in the afternoon portion of the hike. Undulations can ...
It was a lovely morning again. We had yet another relaxed start to the day - Linda came up to Mums for a coffee and we were discussing that Grant, Cam and Lloyd were going to go rope climbing and zip lining at Aberfoyle at a place called Go Ape.
I always love a jaunt to the Trossachs when I'm home - the scenery in this area is just so spectacular but for a long time now I've only been back in Scotland in ...
... dining area that was pretty much like a cafeteria, and a pub attached to the hostel downstairs. Staying in big hostels like this are only good every once and a while and preferably for a shorter amount of time. Since the hostels are so big, they usually attract large groups traveling with tours, or business people traveling on a budget. So it's pretty tough to meet people because everyone keeps to themselves! ...
... where to find a cash machine, and she instructed us to go around the corner to the grocery where there was a "wee hole in the wall". A what? This conjured up images of a knee-level hole in a brick wall where a leprechaun - or the Scottish equivalent, whatever THAT is - would dispense cash and a few words of questionable wisdom. As it turns out, the
"wee hole in the wall" was a proper ATM machine but only took cards with ...