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... the city. Now this was a really pleasant surprise looking like a fairy tale castle, fantastic. We stayed in the west side which used to be a pretty rough area of Glasgow but has undergone renovation and is the " bohemian' area according to an ex kiwi from Dunedin that we chatted with. Had to have a drink in the bar. Well a couple of bars as the people were very friendly and one of the locals told us we had to have a drink in the ...
... cream and cupcakes. We then continued to drive to Loch Lomand a beautiful view, so peaceful we did a climb to get an even better view then back down to a "beach" water with rocks haha. After skipping a few rocks in the water and the sun actually burning us we went back to the bus to make our way to the last stop (Pete's fav) GlenGoyne whisky distillery where we completed a tour and learnt how it all works and got 2 shots of whiskey each where i gave mine to the whisky lover Pete ...
... gently up to the top of the street. From the map I know that in 1855 there were hardly any buildings on the right hand side going up the hill. On the left many of the small, one storey miners’ cottages still remain. There is one largish house probably dating from the 1800s towards the top of the rise. It is markedly different from the cottages.
Knowing about Cook’s shop ...
... and tries to calm him. She can barely string a sentence together through her twisted mouth so her efforts are fruitless.Mind you, this is from a highly intoxicated English man who lives in Scotland selling legal highs to children and has never been to Australia so it is more amusing than anything.
The lovely bar lady just says "Welcome to Catrine."
... br> >95% of hoose windows have flowers or some other decorate feature in them, purely to enhance the external sweet look of them
>Everyone loves a pint
>Meeting the in-laws
>How happy & relaxed it makes my darling boy