The Lochailort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... fun as we were with the posh ritual of a high-end meal such as this, and were very casual about figuring out how to present it appropriately, but it was this that made it possible to completely enjoy the experience because we could let our guard down, behave in our normal goofy ways, and talk and chat openly with the servers throughout - and we also found out that after delivering every course successfully, they high-fived each other once back in ...
... The descent was treacherous. It began all scree, with a steep drop on the left side. The wind was gusting. Soon, we rounded the knob, and a nearly vertical gully dropped away from us. The wind howled 60-70 miles an hour. We literally couldn’t stand. We sat on the scree and waited a few minutes for the bullets to die down. And then we descended. It took a couple of hours and was very slow. Besides being so steep, the footing ...
... after supper. It has been acting up the whole trip and now we can't get it to work at all. So we will have to use Erin's pictures which is great because she takes wonderful photos and not so great because she takes so many of them, usually over 400 a day.
Larry and I joined her on the bridge for the last vestiges of the sunset and for moon rise over the mountain. Loch Leven was very calm, almost like glass and we could see Glencoe in the distance. ...
... 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 ...
... and even an immense waterfall or two.
We were also joined on our trek by several roadside companions today. Let me explain...
Coming from something of a rural place we are both familiar with meeting animals on the road, but Mull brought a few unusual companions for us both.
We shared the road / had to wait patiently for the following:
A Doe & a Stag (who posed beautifully for exactly as long as it takes ...