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... on the bank of the Clyde. All free, it had huge walls with cars and motorbikes mounted, large trains and boats all over the place.
Sal was keen to see the Botanic Gardens but with rain bucketng down it was a 'no go"!
Next stop was Buchanan Galleries (more shops and late lunch)
Had a typical Scottish pub meal for dinner, early to bed tonight, got a 4.45am wakeup. Next stop Ireland !!!
... were. We
walked around for a bit before deciding it was necessary to buy a fruit
smoothy. No idea why.But we went we walking pas this guy (before the smoothie)
and he was giving away special beauty offers.I rarely listen to them, but this was actually pretty cool. It was a make-up, hair-style, fashion shoot with props and
... with me. A man that had been there reading a local paper, smiled at Carmen and went over to the bartender. He returned with 2 pints, one for Carmen and one for me. This apparently is common in Scotland. After the shock of such a kind gesture we thanked him and started chatting with this lovely man. His name was Brian McAloon. A short time later his wife Eileen arrived, ...
... to be full too besides that. So that was great to have the extra space.
Customs in Newark was very organized and went quickly and smoothly. I was impressed. I had a three hour layover in Newark, and from what I remember it went fast.
Then I flew from Newark to Denver. This flight went well except for hitting bad turbulence while descending to the Denver airport. It was gnarly and scary. We had to fly around ...
... locals asked if we were going to the street party at a village nearby called Pitlochry. "A party?"........ “Oh
yes,” he said, it’s a really good traditional one and everyone goes. So if there’s anything going on, we want to be right in the thick of it. And the following morning, the 1st of January we set off for the village and found it quite easily. Let me try setting the scene, for you...... Scotland in