Airth Castle & Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... red light district is called the Pubic Triangle and many a man has been lost in this part of town"; "At nine-theerty...."
Local seafood includes cod, haddock, placis (a white fish) and mussels. Haggis is their infamous food, which we discovered AFTERWARDS is sheep's intestines. We are hoping to find the 'oldest pub in Scotland called the 'Sheep's Heid' (which means head) while we are here.
We ended up having a quiet evening on the ship after a full day of ...
... hiking is called hill walking, and that if I join the 'hill walking society' I will have a pass to travel all over Scotland to do things like walk on hills, meet Scottish people, and procreate in the Highlands.
Sounds nice, no?
After the orientation, I moved into my flat, and met my three lovely suite mates. There is another girl from the United States, a girl from Canada, and a girl from France. All excellent people. I might even be able ...
... with the fascination with drowning food with mayonnaise. Onto Falkirk. Looking for the Falkirk battlefield but found the Water Wheel instead. Again came unstuck with no cash to pay for parking. It was late in the afternoon and the boys were ready for home. So a quick photo of some of the water wheel mechanism before pointing the car homeward. And probably much to the disgust of the nav computer Kath spotted a couple of opportunistic detours - Callendar House and Linlithgow ...
... leisurely cruising (the only way you can cruise in a narrowboat!) along the Grand Union Canal. As such, in Scotland we felt compelled to visit the Falkirk Wheel, as we like a good canal-themed engineering marvel. The Falkirk Wheel is the only rotating boat lift in the world. It links two canals, one of which is 35m below the other. We won’t say any more so as not to bore anyone ...
So I know that it has taken me forever to update this, but I finally started getting my life in order here. Who knew that I was actually here to do some work?!
So my latest adventure started on Friday morning (MY BIRTHDAY!!!) when we got up pretty early to catch our bus to the train station. This week we were taking a train up to Edinburgh where 6 of us (4 from Norwich program and 2 from the Wales program) were going to spend the weekend. ...