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... American football, we happened upon a Panthers game in the middle of the UK.
After lunch, it was back to the train station and onward to our next destination. Our time in Dumfries was brief, but it was a welcome rest after our hectic weekend in Edinburgh.
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... could see cars and people, and it felt very unstable. I hate landing as it is, so I was anxious. Then, all of a sudden, the engine roared, and we pulled up very very quickly. Everyone gasped as it definitely wasn't what anyone was expecting. Then, the captain started to speak over the tannoy in German, explaining what had happened. I could tell from the tone of his voice that he was being pretty serious, but I waited for his translation eagerly. He translated that they had gotten to ...