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... great to see.
We then headed just out of Falkirk to go on the Falkirk wheel on the Firth of Forth canal. This wheel is designed to take canal barges from one lock to another. The barges drive into the wheel and are enclosed along with water and then Archimedes's principal applies. There is a corresponding 'pod' on the other side of the wheel and the wheel turns 360 deg using the power of boiling 8 jugs of water - amazing.
From there we went ...
... regions of Scotland. For a free attraction, it was very extensive and well-organized. It's easy to see how visitors can easily spend the better part of the day there. We only stayed until about noon and were off to Stirling, about 20 miles away en route to Edinburgh.
Once we were in the city, we stopped at Sainsburys, a large grocery store, to eat lunch at the cafe and stock up on Cadbury treats. It's always fun to explore ...
... castles...the battles to capture it or the Kings and Queens that have graced it's hall. I LOVE British History!! I hope you enjoy the pictures.
I should have posted this yesterday but my computer was in Falkirk and I stayed in Stirling at a wonderful little Hotel called the Golden Lion. How amazing to spend the night down the hill from my all time favorite...Stirling Castle! That's tomorrow's (or actually today's story)
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... things like dinosaurs, medieval artifacts, F1 cars, and Nintendo consoles. It was like the Smithsonian all squeezed into one museum. There were also a few interactive stations for kids. I tried the softball throwing speed, grip strength, and reflex tests. We only saw a small part of the vast museum because poor Laura's boot was coming apart and she couldn't walk. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped by Bobby's Bar (famous for a dog ...
... us in our room agreed felt like 2 in the afternoon due to our lack of being allowed to sleep in during class week. We quickly got ready and went strolling down the royal mile stopping in every other store as the amount of touristy Scottish goods were everywhere and highly tempting. We met up with another group of girls in our class (I must add that 18 out of the 25 students in my class ...