Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre
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After breakfast in our Castle, we travelled back into the city Centre of Edinburgh to get on the hop on hop off tour of Edinburgh- again an interesting look at the history of this lovely city... So many places to see. We then headed out of the city to Falkirk - Alan had told us of the Falkirk Wheel - the worlds first and only rotating boat lift …
... get tired of being on the road. After that amount of time you're ready for your own bed and a home cooked meal. Right on schedule, I'm tired and a bit low. Factor in the amount of stuff I've been doing, it's no wonder. I planned on this, hence bunkering down in the city for a week before my next move. Still, I'm missing home and missing friends. I don't mind traveling alone in the least, but there are times that I miss sharing things with other people. I think ...
... even getting me to start the mill operating and Diane stopping it. Off to Skara Brae a settlement established around 5000 years ago. Sounds ******** doesn’t it. With this ticket you also got to see around the farmer’s house that discovered the place after a storm had uncovered it in 1850. This place was great as the descendant that lived in it donated it to a trust and they have left everything in it as it virtually was when she died at the age of 99. Off ...
... we spent the day FINALLY wandering the village of Aberdour and taking in one of the local establishments with a little hot chocolate and coffee. It never got warm for the entire trip! However, we did pack appropriately, and were comfortable the whole time.
With what was left of our time we packed, went out for dinner, and squeezed in as much time with Pauline, our hostess, as time would allow. Early to bed and an early taxi to the airport on Tuesday.
Full flight from Newark and all were ready so we left 30 minutes early and arrived at Glasgow at 7am instead of the scheduled 7:30. So far so good. Sat with a group of highland dancers who performed at a Scottish festival in Virginia over the weekend. Could only understand half of what they said as the accent is a bit different than the southern England I am used to hearing. The lady next to me had lived in Manchester for a while so we had a ...