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... stainless steel "skin", each one weighs over 300 tons. They reflect the light beautifully and change with the clouds, sometimes looking like the heavy horses they were modeled after, sometimes looking more like dragons! The sun stuck with us, so we walked the Forth & Clyde Canal a few more miles through town to the wonderful Falkirk Wheel, another feat of engineering! The Falkirk Wheel does in about a half hour ...
... cards! - Battle of Bannockburn: Well, this was unexpected. We showed our Scottish Heritage cards and were slotted in for the 3pm game...umm, what?! We learnt about the Battle of Bannockburn by playing a virtual board game. Matt was on a team with another guy (they were the England side) and I was on a team with another girl (we ...
Two weekends ago I was able to go to Scotland for a second time to visit Edinburgh. This has probably been one of my favorite trips so far, second only to Bath. Friday morning I left to get on my train to start the long journey to Edinburgh. It was a five hour train ride that turned into six and a half eventually because of delays and problems with the train. When I arrived I was definitely ready to get out of that train. I found my hostel, which to my surprise was ...
... Wheel in motion which was really cool. This huge mechanical wheel used to transport the boats on the canals, lifting them to higher canals.
Tonight we went out with some of our group for dinner in Glasgow to a local club. It was quite flash and also had a casino where we played for ten minutes. I broke even and Mikey won sixty pound. That was his new outfit half paid for.
Another good day had by all.
Randall & Mikey
... of steam.
Next we try to locate Birkhill Station (the filmset station) for a closer look. This time we find the road but unfortunately there is no public access. Looks like the only way to see it is to get off the train at the station. We assume this is because of the nearby clay mine which has been closed down for health and safety reasons...shame.
We make our way back to camp for a very late lunch. Of course the sky is now bright blue and the sun is ...