Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Note: Each night where I haven't finished typing before going to sleep, I leave myself notes to help with typing up the rest when I get back to it. This time, the notes were so few and so blunt that looking at them you'd be able to tell at this stage that I was just about over it, as I was so sick and so tired! I still having a good time and appreciating it, but it's pretty evident I wasn't exactly the ...
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With the rain falling hard, we reached the highest point ...
... views of the coastline are amazing. After we climb back down we are met by our four legged tour guide who resumes his previous game of stick/rock retrieval. We check out the exhibit and stop to have a coffee and cake at the shop. We have stopped in Oban for the night on our way to Gartocharn. Oban is a larger city with a nice harbour front. We don't have much time here, just a few hours, so we head down to the waterfront for a stroll and some dinner. This is a pleasant place and we will have to come back. ...
... it could easily have been somewhere far more exotic. We splashed around in the water for a while, dried ourselves off (including getting some incredibly stubborn sand out from between our toes) and made our way to the Jacobite memorial at Glenfinnan. This tower represents those who fought as part of the Jacobite uprising and it has been built on the very ground where it all began. You can also see the impressive old viaduct from here, the very same ...
#1: Queen Street Station, Glasgow
#2: West Highlands - One of many views of the Scottish West Highlands
#3: West Highlands - Looking across some Lochs
#4: Kilchurn Castle Ruins - Kilchurn Castle ruins at the edge of Loch Awe. Kilchurn Castle was built in about 1450. In 1760, the castle was badly damaged by lightning and was completely abandoned. The ruin is currently in the care of Historic Scotland, and is open to the public ...