1/2 a Day in Inverness (Day 11)

On our final full day in Scotland, we left Waverly on a morning train. We figured out how the kiosk worked to pick up our online reservation, stashed our luggage and away we went. The train between Edinburgh and Inverness is a lovely way to be introduced to Scotland, as we were 10 days ago going south, and a thoughtful trip on the return to reminisce all the way north. The views from the train and within the train left us with new thoughts about Scotland. Particularly intriguing were the retired school teachers on holiday. They were much warmer and talkative than the gentlemen that we sat beside on our way south.

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Glens, Trains and Waterfalls- Scotland Trip Day 4

Our breakfast with a view of Loch Leven…

Our bodies protested going down to breakfast, despite how delicious we knew the “full Scottish breakfast” awaiting us would be.  We were quite sore and our thigh muscles didn’t seem to be very willing to allow our knees to bend.  We pressed on and just used bagging a Munro as our excuse for appearing as though we aged fifty years in one day.  Today was one of the few things Ben actually added to the plans of our trip. 

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