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... filled in a bit with pointless gaff. Please ignore the last paragraph as I am now going to mention this place. So I visited, just before dark, 2 places. - the Glasgow Cathedral - old and majestic and slightly gothic. I believe it's great inside, but it had already closed. Got some photos as the lights came on. Looked fabulous. If time I will trek back tomorrow. But then again I have done a few Cathedrals already. We shall see. - ...
... is now too cloudy to see Mt Ben Nevis highest mountain in UK and area is owned by the john muir trust. Rushed lunch at a busy restaurant at Fort William. We then travelled through the Glen Lyon valley. More history of the massacres of the Campbell's and the McDonald's clans in these highland areas, with the Campbell family very unpopular in Glencoe Loch Lomond provided inspiration for Walter Scott's book Rob Roy who was ...
... one of the NZ players compete and amongst the rain we trod back and forth watching the race unfold. It was a great race and the kiwi riders did well with us picking up a medal for our efforts.
The closing ceremony involved a whole lot of chat about Australia and Kylie Minogue performed. There were fireworks and crowds and an amazing bagpipe performance which is been wanting to see the whole time in Scotland.
Next stop.. Rio ...
... abp="1155">to not look like a raggedy traveller).I wrapped Barney’s jacket around me (which was longer than
my dress) and waddled all the way to the station. I got there early, and decided Starbucks would be a dryer
option than standing out on the pavement looking like a hooker for half an
hour.About 15 minutes before I was due to meet him I got a text
... we got back to the pier hoping the rain would stop. Along the way we say many beautiful homes that date back to the 1800's. These are some very high end lake homes! Even with the rain, we saw quite a few sailboats out on the water. After arriving back to the pier, the rain was still falling, so we were a little like drowned rates when we got back on the coach.....at least those of us that didn't bring an umbrella! ...