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... by the similarity of the architecture to Bath’s Circus and Crescent districts in England. Dating back to 1796 the Georgian House is refurbished with historical accuracy.
One knowledgeable docent explains the purpose of the fireplace screens. Because a large ...
And that was about it. We had an early early start the next day – like ridiculously early 8:00am flight - so nothing too heavy, just a final look around Edinburgh, our home for the last two years. Will be sad to leave but really excited for an extended trip travelling around Europe!
Up bright and early the next morning we walked the empty streets with our enormous bags one last time. Goodbye beautiful Edinburgh.
... tour and we got the name of one not far from Stirling in Doune, was meant to be because we found this little place and pulled up right on 12 as the tour was starting. It was called Deanston and it was very interesting, the distillery is completely self sufficient energy wise and they still make their whisky using minimal technology the old fashioned way. We got to see the water turbines where they make their energy using water from the river outside, the mill and the stills ...
... about. I’ll try and paint a picture for you. Bald head, about 5 ft 11, wearing runners with jeans, ears pointing out and mangled, hugely thick accent, using words like 'lad’ and ‘****’. It appears that the more north we get, the more there are around. It was days like today I wish my mate Maki was around – having him next to me in the pub would gain me some street cred.
Day 90 – Glasgow to Drumnadrochit (Loch ...
... and fishing village, it is now principally a tourist, retirement and probably commuting town for Edinburgh. It is also the birth place of John Muir who along with his brother, was taken to the USA in the mid-1800s to homestead in Wisconsin. (Ironically, their initial destination was to Canada, but co-religionists on board their ship convinced them of settling with other Disciples of Christ in Wisconsin) John Muir would become the world’s ...