This morning, we departed lodgings in Glasgow’s West End and embarked on a tour as follows:

First, to Glasgow’s 13th century Cathedral and nearby Necropolis. Being a Sunday, access to the former was restricted but we were able to view the exterior in reasonably clement weather.

Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Necropolis

Glasgow Necropolis
Next to nearby sites connected with guests’ ancestry.

Next, a tour of Glasgow City encompassing the old medieval section, George Square, Clyde River and associated sites including Squinty Bridge, Armadillo and Science Centre Tower.

Next to the quaint heritage village of Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond where we visited the historic church and availed of lunch.

St Kessog’s Church, Luss

St Kessog's Church, Luss

Luss Beach

Luss Beach

Luss Cottage

Luss Village Cottage

Next, to the rugged Highland scenery of Rannoch Moor and the mountains of Glencoe. We availed of photo stops at Glencoe and drove through the old village.

Glencoe, Scottish Highlands

Glencoe

Next, we continued north,driving along the banks of Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe finally arriving at destination of Fort William where we checked into our hotel at 6.30 pm.

Tomorrow, we continue north via Loch Ness.

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