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... hiking up to the top of the hill where the monument sits we were astounded by the gorgeous views from all around. We couldn't help but take far too many pictures.
After the Wallace Monument we were taken to Stirling Castle where we were given the opportunity for some pretty fancy photo ops.
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... frank, the moment moved me to tears. I could imagine them sitting on this bench, holding hands, and experiencing the beauty together. To sit in that spot of the world with the one you love? As close to heaven as it gets, I'd imagine. 6) Hairy Coos! They are actually really cute. Russell was very clear before we got off the bus to watch out for their horns, cause people have gotten hurt before. So of course, a woman who ISN'T on the tour isn't paying attention ...
Short night, but gotta be up for breakfast - ha ha!!
We visited the Royal Yacht Britannia in the morning. This was Queen Elizabeth's "floating palace" until it was de-commissioned in 1997. During the years of its use (approx. 40), it sailed over a million miles - according to the commentary: "One time around the world for every year of the Queen's age".
You might expect sumptuousness on par with her other residences, but that was not the case. The ...
... This was supposed to be the best view of the city, so we started our way up. Little did we know there was a storm brewing in the distance. We started up the side of the volcano at a fast pace, trying to make it to the dark before the sun went down. As we were going up, there was a steep area which was very muddy. I didn't exactly have hiking boots on, more of a riding boot, so I was nervous about sliding down the hill with my minimal grip ...
... trip. Inverness is sunny and warm -coats are off right away and our B&B is on the river below the castle -great location . The building was built in 1830. The stones for the building came from the castle - it was destroyed by the Jacobites in 1746- became a quarry for local builders until1835 when it was rebuilt. We are staying at the Alexander Guest House - got a great deal through last minute deal ...