Kincaid House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Steves' walking tour forced us to look up and witness Glasgow’s beautiful buildings. Even the water tower was beautiful. The rain was relentless. I found myself becoming sight-seeing weary and ...
... for 2 people, one of whom was trying to pass his degree and another who was trying to keep up a full time and demanding job.
All of this was done and we are on our way although our mechanics knowledge is based on a 1 hour 'lesson' which one of Kris' family friends gave us in his garage. If it should move but isn't then we have WD40 and if it is moving but shouldn't its duck tape and cable ties. Simples.
With that reassurance, our attention has turned to ...
... signs that say if the seats are reserved or not, but they were malfunctioning so they were off. The people in our train told us we had to go to a different train, so Dad and I got off, and Mom stayed on. Mom, in a panic, started yelling at us to get back on the train. It was pretty chaotic but we finally got seats, that weren't reserved, and it was the last time I have been yelled at in Scotland since. Go me!
And on we are bound to the last part of our journey. Our time in Japan went incredibly fast and we felt really sad to leave. We were repeatedly very kindly invited back and to be honest I don’t think they realise how seriously we’re taking their offer and we’re already planning our next trip back to see the things we didn’t quite have time to do on this trip.
We sat on the plane from Japan fitting ...
... country on A811.
Then came our big mistake.
In hindsight, looking at the maps now. It's easy to see the turn that we missed. A 90° right turn off of the road we were on, just past a tiny town called Drymen, was what we needed to accomplish. The plan was to stay on A811 to bypass Glasgow and arrive at Loch Lohmond at the southwestern tip, then travel up A82 past Glencoe and Loch Leven to begin a trek north through the Great Glen. However, ...