|Boarding easyjet at Gatwick for Inverness|
left-hand side of the road.
|Vauxhall Corsa 1.4. Underpowered, jouncy, but nimble|
|The Castle - Law court and jail|
|Doorway on left to our flat|
|Some of the many rabbits that live on Castle grounds|
|Flora MacDonald memorial on Castle grounds|
|Inverness seen from The Castle|
|Slate and cobble mosaic in downtown Inverness|
|Oldest church in Inverness - Old High St. Stephens|
|More architectural detailing|
The River Ness bisects the city, with the old town on one side and the university district on the other. Walking and driving bridges cross the river at convenient intervals. People stroll, jog, and bike along the river, and laze on its banks.
Herring gulls are inveterate litterers, pulling trash from topped-up bins and strewing it across sidewalks and plazas that are clean except for unusually numerous dots of chewing gum.
|Used beer kegs at Ness-side pub|
|Souvenir shop, Victorian Mall|
|Fish monger inside the Victorian Mall|
|Flower shop, Victorian Mall|
|Inlaid sidewalk detail|
We found it a comfortable city and a great gateway to the east and north.