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We left Stirling and headed towards Glasgow. We made a stop on the way at a place called the Falkirk Wheel. I had seen it on a television show back home. It is the largest rotating boat lift in the world. It lifts boats up 35 m from one canal to another and replaces 11 locks that used to be used and would take eight hours to get through. We went on a boat cruise up the canal. ...
... been dismantled in 1933. What was required to join these canals was some sort of boat lift and the resulting perfectly balanced structure came into being. The. Falkirk Wheel as it is known is the worlds first and only rotating boat lift and it is a truly spectacular sight. We watched as two boats arrived, one at the top level and one below and then once they were secured the water was sealed in and the wheel slowly ...
... http://www.clanmunro.org.uk/gathering_ 2014.htm) and just happened to be in Edinburgh for one night before flying off to Ireland.
We took a (very) quick tour of the Royal Mile to see where her ancestors lived and then as it is a very small world, went to dinner at Rick's with her high school friend Anne Lynch.
... my passes weren't perfect 3's but I'd like to say that they were pretty decent.
It's different playing here because the up ref sits in a large high chair (funny that everyone sits here.. even the cashiers in the grocery stores sit) and he hardly called anything. There were MULTIPLE lifts, and double contacted balls which all went unannounced. That ****** me off. The down ref was very well knowledgable with our rotatations and wasn't afraid to call ...
... the castle as well as the Scotish Crown Jewels. No pictures allowed just like the ones in the Tower of London. There are also many places to have panoramic views of the city below.
Near the exit of the castle take a tour at the Scotish Whiskey Experience. A quick ten minute ride in a whiskey barrel and a presentation of different sctoch produced in the country,and you can taste a variety of scotch. Further ...