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... we got ready for the trip out to Stirling castle where we were piped in by a Scottish bagpiper and had a traditional Scottish meal, I had a vegetable soup for entree, and a lamb casserole. It was really good, but the traditional dessert was really gross it was Whipped cream, with some Whiskey and oats and a Raspberry coulis all mixed up together. The piper also piped in the haggis (and did a Robbie Burns poem and had a shot of whiskey which you are supposed to do before eating ...
... the way. The area around it is well kept. We then went to Duart Castle Jackie's old haunt. What a place this is well worth the visit even though they had scaffold around the place fixing leaking roofs. The tea room is open and they sell a nice lunch. The old accommodation for the Duart girls is now rented out for holiday makers. Got to our accommodation left our bags and went out for tea in Tobermory to a Café called fish that had been recommended to us but it was booked out ...
... onto Loch Lomond for a cruise. A beautiful 1 hr cruise & picked up further up the loch then onto Scotland's largest city Glasgow. Arrived in Glasgow after a quick orientation to the city then it was onto our hotel ( out of the city centre) & a relax in our room before our dinner at 6.30pm. A wonderful day & possible the highlight of our trip so far. ...
... because it is so hard to see. We were both so worried and stressed that we felt sick.
Even though we were in no mood to explore we still went out to walk the streets of Inverness for a little while. There are no pictures because neither one of us was in a mood to smile. No one likes being taken advantage of.
We packed ourselves and our sour moods into Pac-man and set off on our four hour drive south to Glasgow to ...
... humour, but by the end was starting to wilt under the sheer weight of the chain mail.
We stuck our heads in to look at the Scottish Crown Jewels, which are very splendid (and also very heavy, by the looks of them) - all pearls, rubies and red velvet, had a peer over the battlements at the Dogs' Cemetery (for the various battalions' mascots) and into the tiny, tiny St Margaret's chapel, the only building left on the rock after everything else was torn down on the orders ...