Duchally Country Estate
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... this forest to try and impress them. There are a number of waterfalls through this Forrest which are very picturesque. He built a little house over looking a large waterfall. He made sure the women would look at a mirror directed at the waterfall because he was worried that they would faint from the beauty of the site. I thought that was funny. Our first two nights were spent at Morag's Lodge in Fort Augustus on Loch Ness. It was pretty misty when we ...
Booked in to our Georgian Period hotel with massive 18 ft ceilings and a good view over the city. A stroll around town took us up to Edinburgh Castle and then through the old town. After a tasty Indian meal we dropped in to "The Stand" comedy club where, for £2 we were entertained by some *****, and some fantastic ...
... me to talk to people. We met a really nice prof named Catherine, who was really funny and cool. She took us to meet one of the grad students and he took us to another post doc. By 2pm we decided we'd had enough science, so we left to go be tourists.
One of my goals while visiting Scotland was to learn how to appreciate Scotch whisky. Bridget and I headed off to a place called "The Whisky Experience" which is right in the center of ...
... the stage until shortly before the fireworks where we went to find a better spot to see them. For the amount of people there (80,000 just for the street party and there was also a concert in the garden) you would think the fireworks show would have been a little longer than 2 minutes. However, they did light some off every hour for the 3 hours before midnight so I guess that adds 3 more minutes to the overall display. However, watching fireworks in the middle ...
... to pick-up our hire car. Challenged accepted and some time later challenged achieved, albeit both wetter for the experience. At this stage, Michelle's immune system is being sorely tested! The drive out of Edinburgh to head north was a challenge. Not only had I not driven a manual car since 1984, but not driven in peak hour Edinburgh traffic - not a very smart combination. Anyhow, 45 minutes later we get out the one way streets and small lane ways ...