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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... jumping back in the car to Anstruther for World Famous fish and chips (and lollies for the trip home). One of the lollies was Irn Bru Edinburgh Rock candy. Irn Bru is a bright orange soft drink only found in Scotland. It tastes a bit like creaming soda. On the drive home we got stuck in traffic but eventually got home. Jarrad and his friend Dave went to a live music venue known as King Tuts and Laura and I went home to fall asleep on the ...
Another long tour day out of Glasgow. A beautiful scenic drive along the coast from Greenock for a photoshop at Dunure Castle relic, then in to Ayrshire to the beautiful Culzean (pronounced Cullean) Castle for an almost 3hr stop. After lunch at the little cafe we visited for lovely walled garden, then walked on to the Castle, which is right in the water ...
... ride. They smiled and waved at me but I didn’t recognize them. I listened to their conversation and they sounded American so I asked if they were on Semester at Sea. They said yes and introduced themselves as Paige and Brittany. They were on their way to Edinburgh when Paige discovered that she lost her phone with all of her photos. So, she called it to see if anyone would answer and a Scottish woman did! The woman said she found the ...
... Rod is watching Pirates of the Caribbean. It has been cool on board so I am glad I have my quilted coat! Breakfast was omelette with baked beans and hash browns also a compote of fruit and a croissant. Served with coffee or tea and juice. Still maintaining height and speed. It looks like we could have almost 4 hours in Dubai while we wait our flight to Glasgow. Time to stretch the legs! We arrived in Dubai at 5.30 am and 33 degrees outside, ...
... and physics experiments, fossils and archaeological history. It was great, and free! We continued walking to find the Riverside Transport Museum, which held a collection of old cars, trains, bicycles and all things related to transport through the ages.
Poorly timing the weather, we left the museum into the pouring rain, jumped on a bus and headed to George Square. We stopped here for a late lunch and had a look around the shops. I captured an ...