West Loch Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A few pics of our warehouse tasting at Bruichladich
We we each got to try the barrel thief which is how we got the whisky out of the barrel. Each of the scotches we tasted are no longer available anywhere but through a warehouse tasting at the distillery. The first was a Bruichladdich with less than 5 ppm of peat. The second was finished in a Spanish ...
Little late in posting this as the internet connections are not really that good in this part of Scotland.
We arrived by ferry on Islay at 8:00 at night. It was a dark, but not stormy night. The ferry was full so the cars, trucks and lorries coming off the ferry were one long string of lights moving across the island. We were staying at Bridgend Hotel, eight miles west of the ferry. ...
Glasgow's dramatic growth came during the 19th century and there is a reservoir of Victorian architecture here which is being restored to its original beauty. The industrial might of the city should not distract one its many parks and clean river. The City Chambers are nothing are magnificent, with Renaissance vaulting and marble stairways. St. Mungo’s Cathedral is an unusual double church, one above the other. Outside the city ...
Today we docked in Greenock, Scotland which is known as the Gateway to Glasgow. This was definitely one of the better ports for hospitality. Upon disembarking the ship, we were met by two men in full Scottish regalia. Usually the ship's crew dress up for photos at the bottom of the gangway, but today they were authentic representatives. Once inside the terminal building, we were met by volunteers offering trays of whiskey shots. Kier was particularly impressed that ...
... Clan, it is dedicated to Pope Clement I. It consists of a tower as well as a main sanctuary and smaller chapels with very ornate wall tombs inside! The graveyard of the MacLeods surrounds the church. As we finally began our trip back to Stornoway, a rainbow followed us all the way! It was the only splash of color in the otherwise barren landscape.
Our last stop on the Isles was the next morning when ...