Red Deer Vintage Inn
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... chips (fries) )! Like obsessed, need to have them now! Glasgow is a nice city but dogey in that you c ant weart colours or ANY sports gear as to not offend anyone and get stabbed (guides words not mine). We were advised to avoid conflict and travel in pairs.. I didnt have any problem as the men called me Lassie and always pulled our my chair and let me in front of the line haha That brings us to last night where we stayed in a Ibis hotel in ...
... Glen. We stopped here for lunch and wandered the little town, where we watched boats going through the canal. Although the weather was warm and sunny all the way, Loch Ness was blowing a gale and a bitterly cold one too. From Loch Ness we headed south through the mountains of the Cairngorms National Park. Our route took us alongside Loch Laggan (the setting for the BBC series 'Monarch of the Glen'), over the Drumochter Pass (1500ft above sea level) and past 13th century ...
... is more than 200m deep! It stretches for 26 miles. Without the water, you can fit the whole world's population plus another third. Incredible! The captain was a bit mad but very funny. He had a few interesting stories to tell including killer fish! A fish called Forax lives in the Loch. When feed is low at the surface of the water, they go to the depths and eat each other. Somehow they know when the feed is at a high enough level, so at this point ...
... was a 20 year old guy whose still studying and residing its his nana. He was ok but spoke pretty fast. The one I enjoyed the most was this chick Katherine. She spoke about being single, diabetic and Internet dating. She was pretty funny. Afterwards we left and walked home. We got home and I packed my suitcase. I've noticed that its slightly damaged. I'm concerned so Lord please provide a suitcase that is sturdy if this one breaks. I was so sleepy I was ready for bed and slept like a ...
... br> #3: Building the Bell Rock Lighthouse – This painting hung in the board room of the Northern Lighthouse Board.
#4: Newhaven East Pier Lighthouse - We passed this lighthouse on our way to see the Brittannia. It was built in 1869.
#5: Leith West Pier Light: We saw this light from the dock at the Brittania. Its date of construction in unknown.
#6: Inchkeith Lighthouse: Another lighthouse we could see from the deck of ...