Holiday Inn Express Glasgow City Centre Riverside
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... as the Scottish pronounce it), the Queens ensign flying over Balmoral Castle as we drove past (we didn’t have time for a cuppa with Lizzy though), Chuckie’s highland retreat, and saw an endless list of homes of Scottish poets, writers and play-writes.
Whilst boating on Lock Ness at twilight, we were sure we spotted the swirl’s and humps of Nessy as she cruised her domain, looking for any ...
Today we are off to Glasgow!! Originally we had booked an early bus (because it was cheaper) at 6am….meaning that we would have to get up and organized by 5am. I don't know who wanted to sleep in more, Noel or us, but Noel ended up booking us on a later bus so we could have the morning with them. A last coffee and goodbye at the bus station and we were off at lunch time to a new and wonderful place. This was the end of family time with Zarah’s ...
... that I absolutely loved though it was just a room full of cardboard buildings. They were only small but there was a variety of types from houses, castles, cathedrals to other types of buildings. It just made me want to go home and make some myself! We walked around George square which had a number of monuments including a statue of James watt who invented the light bulb. We noticed there were a lot of ...
... Scottish songs and dances, the Proclaimers, and
a song with the words "you’ll take the high road and I’ll take the low
road". We had no idea but pretended we did.
Briony and Graeme had the best time, it was so wonderful to experience
their special day and we both feel very lucky to have been able to enjoy it
Overall having an amazing time but missing everyone at the same time.
... see a sheep dog shepherding demonstration, and of course visit the gift shop. We picked up some nice family clan souvenirs. Then we took some back roads through Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park to Loch Katrine for a photo op, then on through Callander to Doune. Doune Castle was interesting because we recognized it from the movie Monty Python And The Holy Grail.
Next we headed to the city of Stirling where we stopped at the William Wallace memorial ...