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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Loch (lake) to see Nessy the monster. The loch is seriously enormous, it seems to go on forever and is really wide, we drove for about an hour and eventually came across the Loch Ness Exhibition, a video in a few badly decorated 'caves' meant to represent the Loch, telling us about the so called sightings. I felt that it was debunking the whole story (strange I thought as that is the reason we were there was to find out about all the intrigue of ...
... organ, no internet for online UCG hymns, but they used a CD player which 14 year old Iona was operating, for the hymn sound track. It only cooperated for the first hymn, though, so we had to sing acapella for the other 4 hymns. This group was very flexible, because the song leader announced one hymn but started singing another version of The Lord Is My Shepherd, on another page. I was at first disappointed, as I know the alto version of the number he meant to lead, ...
... to see what sights there were to see. The old part of the town is built on a hill with the castle at the top 5 August Tuesday Sunny and warm, Stirling Castle was a 300-400 metre walk over a cobblestone pavement and uphill and then we had to climb more steps to get up to the entrance. This castle has portions of it that were built in the 14,15 and 16th century. Mary Queen of Scots was crowned here. Had audio devices ...
... only real one in existence and is a lock that was used to move river boats 35 meters up to the next canal. This locks were used extensively up until the late 1930s when the railway took over from the canal boats plying goods from one side of Scotland to the other side. In later years they designed the wheel and it was used as a tourist attraction where they thought they would attract engineers and boating people but everyone was interested in ...
We walked up to the old town across one of the bridges afterwards and looked at St. Giles' church near the castle.
For dinner i had a beef pie (it was horrible and chewy and i didn't eat most of it) and we again sampled a couple of new whiskies. It was a lot pricier this time and they cost double what they'd cost us last night and was about $10 each.
Got back to the room about 8pm ...