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... got 80
and counted all the way down. But I lost count so I had to go back up.
And there was a staff up there and he said he would not tell me.
But I said 80 and he put his thumbs up and I was right.
It is the end of Scotland. I loved Scotland, Loch Ness lake, highland cows and the snow.
Scotland was the best country so far.
I liked the Scotland people how they talk and wear the ...
... a kids quiz. This could be my favourite castle yet.
Our stay also included a visit to the official Loch Less Museum.
I thought with the kids this would be really interesting.
But do not go here.
If you want to believe in Nessie it will crush the mysterious and magical myth of the monster. It breaks everything down and gives all the science ...
... and sister and I to play with.
Ok this is our second last day here and we went to Loch Ness museum.
It just told us about what kinds of fish where there that Nessie could eat, it was mostly plankton. It also told us on how they found out how deep it is and every thing like that.
To sum up scotland I really enjoyed it because of all the unusual highland cows and all the snow.
This is a really cool ...
The day began with a hurried (and slightly disappointing) breakfast before an hour-and-a-half drive to Fort William to spend the day on the Jacobite steam train to Mallaig and back.
The hour-and-half drive didn't actually take that long (I must have a lead foot) and so we got to the station a little early, which turned out to be a good thing as it gave us time to buy postcards and find our seats. The train filled up quickly and we found ourselves sitting opposite a couple with a ...
... mechanical engineering (OK Graham, yes mechanical engineers do some good stuff). Nerd part over.
Next stop was the Stirling Castle. This castle has some great history and historically was a key stronghold in various battles mostly between the English and the Scottish. The castle had various buildings within it which date from various periods, many built by James VI in the 16th century. Its history is closely intertwined with the story of ...