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As our taxi meandered through heavy traffic from the train station to our B&B, we were struck with the grandiose architecture of the churches, stately homes, and national buildings. What also struck us was how dark and dreary they all appeared, as if in need of a good scrubbing including the imposing Scott Monument; a huge, pointed …
... until pairing #12 leaves to take up the flag and the
fight. Buried within this bosom of European fervour are heard the plaintiff cries
of USA, USA, USA by those with pants louder than their voices. The course is
packed with upwards of 45,000, scurrying hither and thither in search of the
best vantage point. We have groups dedicated to the serenading their
favourites. The Minnesota Vikings carrying young Speith down the fairways. The
... there was a storm rolling in and we could see it coming pretty fast. I thought we were going to be ok but Jason said he had seen storm warnings and he had forgotten his jacket so once the wind picked up we started heading down pretty fast.Once we got down to the bottom the skies opened up again into a beautiful day and we had rushed for nothing. We instead just continued our walk through the Queen’s Gallery and got an ice-cream.
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... capabilities and security control. It was really interesting but was also quite depressing given that the bunker was only for the Scottish government officials but the local people would be rejected. The Queen would also have been moved here in the event of a nuclear attack, if she happened to be in Edinburgh at the time.
On the way home we visited Crail which is built around a harbour and was another typical pretty little village ...
... top is well worth the climb! We could see the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh Castle, the city of Edinburgh and beyond, and all the way to the Firth of Forth and North Sea. Spectacular!
The wind was really howling at the summit of the climb, but with a warm day it wasn't uncomfortable and we were among ...