- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... became a little hazardous in unexpected heavy snow! Once back in the warm, dry car, we were reluctant to head out into the unknown weather conditions again so we drove along Loch Tay to Kilin and back. The Dochart Falls in Killin made for a dramatic stop off. The drive was stunning. Isaac is constantly informing us that there are 'MORE ...
... Alan asked her first and last name (he enjoyed learning each students' ancestry), and when he heard she was a McMillan, he paused, took a step back, reached into his rucksack, and pulled out her clan tartan. He then laid the tartan out onto the floor and invited Samantha to help him fold it just as Raymond did with him earlier. I felt tears welling up in my eyes as I watched Samantha's face light up with a smile that stretched from one ear to the other. It ...
... bound by a single quest to walk from Milngavie to Fort William, be it over the shortest possible time or a leisurely amble. People from all walks of life, all nations, all ages who, with this common thread, spark up conversation with each other. Bob was a case in point. If we'd had to guess we would have put him in his mid-seventies. His daughter had decided that she wanted to walk the Way before she was 50 next month and, because her husband had thought better of it (with ...
... frantic. It eased us back into the Western world. Also, the pace of development in South East Asia has been phenomenal over the last twenty years. There is no longer the gulf between East and West that there was when I first went to India in 1981. In fact, there are some developments we are already missing in Scotland. The most noticeable being the lack of wifi in public places. Not that this is bothering Sandra, now that she has an i Phone!
... me how to make Tablet (this amazing slice thing which is really, really bad for you, but so incredibly delicious!). By the time we'd finished doing that, the weather had cleared up so Bruce and I drove to the bottom of the hill and then walked up. It was pretty steep, so it was nice to have a bit of exercise!!! It was all so green, and the view over Scotland was amazing. When we got to the top it was SO windy! I don't think I've ever been in so much ...