The trip to mull was spectacular as the weather was so good.
The reflections of the hills were spectacular and the views second to none.
Short ferry trip to Iona it self was quick.
We arrived at the visitors centre was a little disappointing as the information was much of a much ness.
Felt that the entry fee to fet in was a little bit expensive for all that awaits. I know that the upkeep of our scottish bulidings costs but if a family was to visit with children it could get quite costly.
It was lovely to see the abbey again.
Not very suitable for people to come if they have problems walking as it is a little walk form the ferry pier to the abbey.
we in facy saw some elderly people get off a ferry with walking sticks and were concerned as how they might manage the walk.
There is a tearoom which had picnic benches outside to sit when the weather is good and you can enjoy the views.
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