Holiday Inn Express Strathclyde Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... everyone else was on a tour at the Auchentoshan Distillery. On the tour, they saw the mill, the triple distilling process (three different giant kettles, which increases the alcohol level from like 8 to 87%), and the fermenting kegs- ending in the warehouse. No pictures allowed, because the air has a lot of alcohol In it, and they are worried about flashes and combustion! They sampled a few whiskies during the tour, and ended in the tasting ...
... the street from the Circus was a vegetarian restaurant, David Bann, which we returned to for dinner. Before we turned I for the night, we stopped at a pub next door for a wee dram o' the whisky. We couldn't leave Scotland without one such drink, so we checked that off the list and called it a night. Travel day tomorrow - hate to see it all end. But it's been lovely, and we are so fortunate to have had this ...
... We walk through private fields and try not disturb the cows grazing on it even though they are sitting/standing right on our pathway... The Isle of May keeps us accompanied on our left side along the way. We arrive in Anstruther, another quaint little town that is buzzing today. We feel like some fish & chips and end up at what is said to be the best fish & chip shop (chippee) in Scotland: The Anstruther Fish Bar. If you want it as take ...
... him over not displaying 'P' plates, or perhaps he always drives slow as a Grand Papa (so far no speeding fines or worse)... a painfully slow trip to Tulla. Made up time thanks to the 'one off' concession this trip to fly business class, fast tracked to the Golden Lounge. Being Malaysian Airlines (yes ... no puns please) the alcoholic beverages were discretely stored from immediate view but discoverable. While sipping a champagne and surveying the ...
... at all, but for whatever reason she loves tours of distilleries and breweries (and she wasn't disappointed). Glengoyne is nearly 200 years old and is the oldest remaining whiskey distillery still owned by Scots to this day. Much to my surprise, the tour was actually pretty interesting. The science and history behind the creation of Scotch whiskey kept my attention despite the atrocious smell of the foul beverage.
The trip continued to ...