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... fat. We called it a night as we had a big day of road tripping ahead of us. I headed out to the harbour to meet up with Tommy and his Dad around 9 and we were on the road bound for the Glenfiddich Distillery in northern Scotland. We took a similar route that Lukey K and I had taken previously through the magical highlands of Scotland. A few photo ops along the way and we arrived at the distillery in time ...
... the Twilight Zone. Fortunately, a bellhop/waiter/bartender carried up our bags; there's no elevator.
After checking in and enjoying our free only-in-Edinburgh welcome drink (Guinness for me!), we walked on the Royal Mile (aka High Street, and folks are quite jolly) and enjoyed seeing street performers (a la "Cirque de Soleil") [see photo], bagpiper, guitarists, St. Giles Cathedral, and statue of ...
... creepy. On to Deanston Distillery where we went on a tour and did some tastings. It was interesting and the whisky was really good! Last stop of the day was Doune Castle. The castle is historically important and interesting in its own right, but it is also the filming sight for all except one castle scene of Monty Pythons Holy Grail (the one scene was filmed at a castle we pasted the day before). The audio guide took you through the castle giving both the ...
... planned. My new trip itinerary involved me
taking a train into downtown Paris, finding the metro, taking the metro to the
next train station, buying a train ticket to the airport, then actually finding
and getting on the train.
But here's the funny thing; the trains stop
inside the metro system, and look exactly the same (at least to me) as the
metro trams. So this led to a little bit of confusion on my part... To add ...
... whisky! Either way, it was really cool, and was interesting to learn about scotch. The tour ended in the world's largest Scotch whisky collection. The museum is also home to the world's largest bottle of scotch, and some of the most expensive bottles scotch money can buy!
The next day, Nick and I spent some time together to explore the city. We were lucky in our timing, and the christmas markets were open! It was almost like a carnival, where there ...
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