Seton Guest House
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... some lunch and dry off. After shoving wings, chips, and burgers down our gullets, we had to make our next move. Seeing as the Museum of Modern Art wasn't too far away, we walked off some of those calories there and for another free attraction (or by donation) we weren't complaining. Our next stop was the Transport Museum, which was a fair ways away and would have taken roughly an hour to walk - we vetoed that option - and caught the bus, like real city folk! Real ...
... had been placed on a hill and overlooked the highlands with their snow capped peaks in the distance which seemed to highlight its significance. We finally reached Inverness and then the famous Loch Ness. The weather was bitterly cold and damp so it was a mad dash in and out of the car to take the obligatory photographs as well as scan the Loch in case any mysterious creatures made themselves known. Nothing out of the ordinary was spotted and I deduce the level of our scrutiny ...
... the people' - overt didactic signs beside most works, numerous children's activities and a plethora of drink dispensing machines and coffee shops within the beautiful classical interior. We left feeling quite puzzled.
We do enjoy time in the Botanical Gardens though!
Monday is filled with sunshine. We try the train and the underground - efficient and clean.
We walk up to the Necropolis (a Victorian garden cemetery) - it ...
... the old town. No such luck. I spoke to a lady there who told me that there isn't even a shopping centre there and that it's just a "locality" these days. I did see some older buildings on the way in and GG took a photo of me near a sign saying where we were but as far as feeling something about my roots - didn't happen.
We hopped on the train at Coatbridge which is one stop closer to Glasgow, and soon found ourselves in the heart of that city. A quick ...
... noise. Nothing was found so we proceeded \on the road south. We stopped at Abington Services for lunch when Andy checked his phone only to find a txt from someone on Sydney the bus to say check your back tyres as there could be a flat inner tyre as they could hear a loud rattle.
We did just that and found the inner rear offside tyre was flat and the locking ring ...