The Lochailort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... nice things for brunch. These woods, being adjacent to the hospital are often used by staff and patients. Because of the height you can see quite a distance including the Falkirk Wheel which we visited on a past stays here but for those who don't know is a quite amazing mechanism to lift long boats travelling the canal from one level to the other. It's quite a ...
... castle. The second disappointment was the Chief was away so John and Pat could not meet him. They did sign the special clan book, whereas Ron and I just got to sign the regular visitors book.
We retuned to Oban from Mull where we stayed over night. Again this is a lovely little seaport with little cafes, shops, etc. It is the ferry port for several of the islands. Now we move on to Speyside.
... to find a private moment with the chief and see if something could be arranged. While following the chief one day, waiting for a good moment to talk about such sensitive matters, the Irishman noticed someone sneaking through the trees with a bow and arrow, obviously intent on killing the chief. The Irishman, being brave and gallant, jumped in front of the chief, taking the arrow in his own arm, and thus saving the chief's life. Being so grateful, the ...
... 49 klms x 24 wide with 5.3 million people.It is multi culturally diverse with a good economy, residents live in high rise apartments,approx 7300 people per sq kilometre.Weather is warm with 100%humidity. Looking forward to returning to the Lucky Country ...
... was close to the summit. A sign said a bit about the rock, and suggested taking the track to the other side, where there were steps to the top, so that you could enjoy the view. The track was narrow, muddy, and had a big drop, but I went around and climbed a few steps to admire the view, which was totally blocked by trees! I found the walk quite challenging, and really enjoyed it. Tomorrow we leave Glencoe, headed for the Isle of Mull, looking forward to ...