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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 Trossachs Hotel, but luckily we learned
that, that Hotel was already full, and
stayed where we were, McGregors Hotel
a small cheerless Inn- During the
evening several carriage loads of thoughtless
tourists returned to Callendar to find a
bed-
8th In a carriage, down the valley
with highlands each side, shortly reach
the pretty “Loch Vanachar” and ride the
whole length, five miles, between the shore
and its adjoining highlands. A
little farther we read “Loch Achray”
one size smaller while high Ben Venue -Trossachs Hotel-
rears his head beyond- At the
commencement of the trossachs [sic] , near
the farther end of Achray we passed
the Trossachs Hotel, a turretted [sic] stone buil-
ding, quiet as a country church, no
town or other house near it-
The “Trossachs”, is simply a wild
pass of a mile from Loch Achray to
Lock Katrine, not as wild as my
fancy pictured it from its reputation
but all of this route so connected with
Sir Walter Scotts “Lady of the Lake”
(which we are now re-reading to awaken
-Pass of the Trossachs-

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