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... Inverness has a population of only 50k. Far fewer tourists than Edinburgh and not a lot of hotels. Ours wasn't great but did have a fantastic location on the River Ness. Water everywhere. North of Inverness is the North Sea and south is of course, Loch Ness. The main train lines end here and from this point on we are in a rental car! You have to concentrate on staying left and navigating the roundabouts and lane changes can be ...
... lack of turn) along the way & had to backtrack, but only about 5 miles--can't believe they still use miles here! Driving the car was actually not that big a problem, other than the fact that I'm a little rusty on driving standard at all. We got to Sterling and had ...
... The naive is large and three stories tall. The stain glass is beautiful, but not that old (1800's). This church has a slightly creepy, Steven King, feel to it. The inside is unadorned and somewhat dark. The spaces are massive and being empty, gives it a slightly medieval feel. (Of course it is medieval in its chronology, but it feels old) If a raven came streaking out of the columns, you would run. This church, however, has been and still is used. The stones have been worn ...
... At 1pm, we congregated at the Lord Todd Bar on the campus of Strathclyde University. We were there for an event called Drumming for Drinks. This is my first time I have attended this event, which is run in the lead up to the world championships. It is basically a raucous and loud event where drummers get to break loose and go crazy with tricks and so on. It relies heavily on crowd participation egging them on.
One of our group ( a young lassie from the Scots ...
... to them for around 4 hours. It started with three people; a pianist, a violinist and a guitarist. A short while later, a guy joined with a drum and the four of them were so amazing to watch. After a while, the band grew and grew. By the time we left, there were at least 10 people playing their instruments. It was such a relaxing afternoon.
Monday we walked around Glasgow a little more and visited the worst Modern Art museum ...