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... cheese. So perfect. We also had the Millionaires Shortcake. Who knew chocolate, caramel and shortbread would be so delicious. This picnic was the perfect rest stop from our long day. The Dalwhinnie Distillery was just down the road so we had to stop by! It's the highest distillery in Scotland. We both get the three tastings package. It came with 3 different Dalwhinnie whiskies, each different ages and such. All 3 were paired with a chocolate truffle. The point was to sip ...
... expect her to get very tired at times. She led a very quiet life prior to her aneurysm, and is getting probably more interpersonal communication than she isused to, plus all the normal interruptions from the staff there. Even though it was during their very limited visiting hours, someone came in with her menu choice sheet while we were there, and toward the end of a very short visit, the optometrist arrived to test her eyes. ...
... enactments result in an English victory, underlining the achievement of the Scots who in 1314 overcame a much larger opposing force. However, since there is absolutely no written material to be seen anywhere during the tour, we do wonder how many of the children taking part will go away with a clear picture what actually happened.
A rather more conventional 3D experience is available by taking a walk around the battlefield itself. Indoors the centre was ...
... by a hill-billy family for most of it, all yelling at one another ("and so I, like, f***in' sez, like, 'f***in' where you f***in' going?' and she, like, f***in' sez..." all in front of their kids) and hopping off for a fag at every station, as well as three shrieking teenage girls for at least the last half. We really knew we were leaving the lovely quiet Highlands.
On the second train, from Inverness to Perth, we were joined in our little set ...
... Berry to Sydney) - a pretty, picturesque place to take Granny to on Sunday afternoons; as a result, it was absolutely hopping, with crowds down the narrow little pavements, bagpipe music playing from the gifte shoppes, and ice-cream sellers doing a roaring trade. We parked in a Pay n Display (free on Sundays, so I don't know what that makes it?) and eyed a suspiciously pleasant looking country path on the outer side of the car-park, and instead set off to do ...