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... the car to return to the hotel and a warm room but before we got thee we decided to visit a large retail complex just up the road from the hotel so we went to see what type of shops it contained. It reminded us of Cambridge with more shops, including clothing stores and, like Cambridge, each shop was separate.
We hope the wind is a little less boisterous tomorrow as we intend to visit some of the sites on the shores of Loch Ness.
... from attack. There was even a trap door inside the main entrance, so that unfriendly neighbors could be dropped into the dungeon below.
There's an interesting legend that the location of the castle was chosen by a donkey, who leaned against a particular holly tree. The Castle was then built around the holly tree, which we saw a replica of in the dungeon.
We were able to tour the inside of the castle, but we weren't allowed to take pictures. So I don't ...
... the window. Back on the bus and back to sleep. Woke up in Pitlochry in time for the heavy downpour and lunch. Normally we would just walk the village, but with the downpour we decided to find a restaurant and sit out the rain. We chose a Mediterranean restaurant called Pasha. Jean had an appetizer and I got a 2-course lunch. I ordered a sausage platter for my appetizer and a lamb stew and rice for my entree. By the end of lunch it had stopped raining. Yeah! Back on ...
... woman left whimpering to herself as she tries unsuccessfully to pick up her bags and totter to the bridge that would lead her to the other platform. Now, call me na´ve but, until that day, I had carried within me at least the flicker of a hope that, should I find myself in searing and unbearable amounts of pain with the need to ascend a flight of steep stairs, cross a bridge and descend again in time to reach my train, someone, anyone, may find it ...
... was beautiful. So many little towns to look at. When we got to the Ports of Glasgow we headed up into Loch Lomond which is another beautiful Loch. We stopped for lunch at Luss which was a really cool little town at the side of the Loch and very old school but so well done up with all the little gardens done beautifully. AJ and Mum would have loved it....for the gardens and the photography! We had ...