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... no hot air balloons and certainly not under any canvas, but we feel a sense of wonder that we have circumnavigated the Globe. Fifteen flights and not a single one delayed, or any suitcase gone astray...that must be some sort of record. We have met some amazingly helpful, pleasant people and confirmed that we do indeed live in one of the most beautiful places in the World. It is lovely to come home.
We are ...
... so cool, he was dressed up in a tattered cloak and a top hat, Very authentic. We walked around all the old streets and he told us several ghost stories and history about the city. The end of the tour was a visit to one of the old vaults under the bridges, this place used to be a bar but had to be shut down because there had been too much paranormal activity..... spookie. Needless to say we took lots of photos trying to catch ghosts on camera.
After our ...
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... grains were used, how old it is and even what kind of wooden barrel was used to store it. Of course it came to no surprise when the tour guide told us that this dudes nose was insured for 2.5 million pounds!!! Pretty cool aye!
From the distillery we then made our way to this little town called Dunkeld I'm not entirely sure what we were supposed to see there except for this little church so I was kind of glad when we left 30 minutes later.
The last scheduled stop was ...
The morning in Glasgow was very uneventful. I had my normal 4 pieces of brown toast during breakfast and started to pack up my bag. I was again, very lucky that there was no one else in my room and I could move around at my own will.
The walk to the train station wasn't far, it gave me the chance to walk by Georges Square one more time.The only rotten bit was that it decided to rain while I did my ...