Clachan Cottage Hotel
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Glen Coe, Glen Nevis, Culloden Battlefield, Pitlochry and more....... We found some of the best hiking with breathtaking scenes while hiking in Glen Coe (Glencoe) and Ben Nevis. We made two 4 hour hikes over two days. In Glen Coe we hiked the "Lost Valley Trail". In places it was quite steep and required a good deal of climbing over rock outcroppings. At one point we had to ford a stream, hopping over rocks from ...
... above the area. Built right on the beach, it gave a different feel and spectacular views. Originally built in the 11th century, it fell into ruin twice, rebuilt partially in the 16th and 18th centuries. This gives it an interesting mix of architectures and styles. It has been well maintained and just different to the other castles we had seen. We spent most of the time exploring the interior, the Royal ...
... other additions. The castle has seen many Scottish kings and queens crowned, including the infamous Mary Queen of Scots. Nathan and I explored the castle all morning, chatting with actors dressed in period costume (including massive codpieces for the gents), exploring the great halls and learning about Scottish history.
For lunch we ate at a local pub where I had a venison burger (aka Bambi's mom). Nathan opted for the Fish ...
... a enjoy a free and particularly special "Dandy Warhols" gig : Tromsų's annual 'Bukta' festival in the southernmost bay of the island. "Bohemian like you" will forever have a touch of cutting through a still sea sparkeling with nighttime sun...!
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My last days drew closer and just as I was about to bid my farewells, the country which had hosted me so beautifully was rocked with horror.
I was ...
... to Cumbria. We stopped for a cuppa at a small tearooms in Brough. These are so much cheaper than others and usually have interesting and sometimes odd local information. This one was advertising a local save the red squirrel group.
We made our main stop at Stirling castle. We have been here before with Irene. I would have liked to have gone to Edinburgh but we knew that it would need more time than we had plus involved parking issues.