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On the way back we make a final stop at Ross Priory to watch the sun setting behind Loch Lomond and sneak a childish go on the swings with their views of islands and mountains to the north. A farewell dinner of roast grouse and halibut at the Lomond Arms Hotel in Luss makes a fitting end to a truly memorable day. And then my last visitor of the season departs on the overnight sleeper to London. Summer is over.
... city grew slowly down the tail of land from the Castle Rock. This was an easily defended spot with marshland on the south and a loch, the Nor Loch, on the north. Access up the main road to the settlement was therefore restricted by means of various gates and the city walls, of which only fragmentary sections remain. Bill was pointing out interesting spots as we made our way to the castle. One was were Graham Bell was born. Another where J. K. Rowling's wrote ...
... was a bit disappointed with US Airways transatlantic service. It's not as though I was expecting anything stellar. At least on United's 757-200 transatlantic, each seat had a tv with on-demand movies and winged head rests. US had the drop down screens and just the standard seats. The food portions were small and just wasn't great at all. Breakfast was atrocious. Just a warmed pastry they slapped down on the tray table. I brought ...
The travel bug has firmly grasped me and I knew after my last trip that I would HAVE to travel again soon... The last 7 months back in Scotland have been full of new plans taking shape. I went back to my old job where I worked while I was a student, which was kind of weird because it felt like I was taking a step backwards. However it was also good because I knew most of the staff already and how to do everything so it wasn't like starting a new job! ...
... s good friends Lilius and David. We chatted for hours over tea, wine, and coffee. They gave Kristine and I another good insider view of life in Scotland. When it was time for us to head into Edinburgh with Kathryn, Graeme opted to drive us. A gentlemanly gesture. We said our good-byes and thank-yous to Nan and packed up her little magenta Ford hatch back. If I can say anything about Scottish country roads is that they are not boring, like the QE2. Graeme maneuvered that car like ...