The Inn at Inverbeg

Luss, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, G83 8PD, United Kingdom | Inn
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Underground Caving... WOW

A travel blog entry by jess416


... tired for Saturday's events. Saturday we woke up bright and early and soon enough were on our way to our first event, underground caving. Now, going into this event I was picturing walking through caves and looking at the walls and such. No, not at all. We drove to the caves which were up this massive hill/mountain... (the drive up was exhilarating in itself) then we walked to a cave which at first I just thought were cool rocks. Well little did we know, that was one of the caves ...

Tourist traps and treasure

A travel blog entry by twovines


... centuries as well as an 11th century Viking hog back grave. The river is very clear and a father and son are fishing for tiddlers. The woods offer some welcome shade as the walk up to the slate quarry is pretty steep. On top we are rewarded with wonderful views over Loch Lommond and then a set of steep steps return us to the village. We return to camp for lunch. The only other ...


A travel blog entry by asheevk

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Once the tour was over, I was again in Georges Square. There are lots of shops, pubs and cafes all in the area. There is also a pedestrian walkway called THE STYLE MILE. I should not be allowed to walk down a street with a name like that. Luckily, I am a master of my less than 14 kilo bag therefore I know if I buy anything, something has to go! Alas, my little self purchased nothing (although I saw a dress I loved in All Saints a store recommended to ...

I Saw the World - Scotland

A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles


... Eilean Donan Castle and it's way bigger inside than it actually looks (restored castle on a lake). On the road to Neist Point I saw a hitchhiker (that we had seen before) and wanted to pick him up. So we took him there with us! When we got to the cliffs the boys covered my eyes and led me to the edge, making me spread my arms like a bird to 'show me the world'. When I opened my eyes I was looking over the cliffs out into the vast ocean where there were dolphins bobbing ...


A travel blog entry by centaur169


... Park, in 1888, 1901 and 1911, with the Empire Exhibition subsequently held in 1938.

The 20th century witnessed both decline and renewal in the city. After World War I, the city suffered from the impact of the ...

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