Loch Tummel Hotel
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... two hours at this museum that had displays of village and farm life from the early 20th century and the recreation of a village from the early 1700s. It was an excellent museum and we were pleased we had found it.
Then it was back in the car and drive to Perth where we are spending the night. Tomorrow morning we head off to Liverpool where Chris is excited to be able to visit The Beatles Museum and Bruce is looking forward to visiting the Maritime Museum.
Fish and Chip stop for dinner.
This is a nice little town where most tour buses stop before their journey back to Glasgow.
If you are looking for Fish 'N' Chips, Sweets, ice cream or coffee then you have a huge selection in this town as that is basically all they offer.
Nice to look around
... in And orange Ben His flask of fire A whisky dram To fight off tire I was hushed A sleepy walker Not much here A mountain talker Backs were packed With full supplies And chocolate rations Best of buys With all the water Supped each hill I had three times My bladder fill So took my turns To feel the breeze To bare my skin For mountain wees Never such A scenic view Of lochs and mountains Whilst ...
... to see. We then went into the vaults and started walking around the different rooms. It was so dark and eerie in there. In each room the tour guide told us freaky stories about what had happened in these rooms hundreds of years ago. He told us about the specific ghosts that haunt each room and some of the experiences people have had. I was way too scared to look in any other direction coz I really didn't want to see anything! In one of the last rooms we ...
... time we get too close to a curb I wage an internal battle with myself, should I say something? Of course I should, if I don't we will end up scraping the tires down to nothing so I just blurt out "curb" every now and again like a crazy woman but I think it helps because as the day progresses we are scraping across curbs less and less and Patrick isn't gripping the steering wheel quite as tightly as a survivor of the titanic would clutch a life ring. Oh, one ...