This is a photo of the city of Stirling. We checked out the museum there which had an interesting exhibit of the natural history of the area.
We traveled inland far enough to wonder at the rolling hills and the sheep!
Across from the sheep was a pasture with highland cattle. What amazing hair coats they have!
Some of the roads we were traveled were narrow. Some of the bridges were wide enough for just one car!
I loved the idea of being able to stop because we saw something interesting.Notice, I wrote the idea? Our driver was determined to get us to the next location with time to spare!
We spotted this cross and building and said stop. . .too late to pull into the drive; but, there was a wide spot in the road so we were able to pull over, get out and walk back to take a few photos.
By the time we actually arrived in Oban, we were ready for lunch. We had read the fish and chips were good here so we stopped in a restaurant and had some. Wow! The fish was absolutely the best I have ever had! You'll have to scroll up to see our plates of fish and chips!
This is the back and front of a flyer of the location of the restaurant. If you go to Oban, drop in to eat some fish!!
Oban is built next to the sea. Here are a few photos that give you the idea of the area. That was a quaint looking hotel and the red building sure has an interesting shape!
Boats moored in the harbor.
That building has been around since 1794 and it has produced liquor all this time!!
During our tour, we learned that you can eat ginger and drink scotch together. It is a delicious pairing!