A Room in the Country
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... for dinner and we chose between haggis, sausage and mash and steak meat pies. I took the meat pie but the haggis went to a few tables and they said it was good! Got to the hotel just before 8pm and checked everyone in. Trying to get some of the info uploaded and crash for the night! Back to the streets of Edinburgh tomorrow with a couple scheduled visits included Edinburgh ...
... a clear warm day and we decide to leave the island but not before going slightly further up to the town of Portree. We check out their shops, buy some provisions from the supermarket and then make our way back down the island, with Edinburgh once again in our sites. We decided to go back on a different road, and spend our first night in a town called Glencoe. It is a beautiful little place, with a lake on it's approach and a stream running through it. ...
The yacht had lots of retired sailors on board, helping to keep her shipshape. We had morning tea on the yacht and to my surprise there were gluten free options and I was able to have scone jam and cream. A real treat!!!!
At the palace some inconsiderate representative of the Queen was staying there due to the Church of Scotland General Assembly currently being held in Edinburgh, ...
... nothing like the Aussie ones)and then spent a couple of hours at the National Portrait gallery. Great building, great portraits AND a fantastic Annie Lennox exhibition.
After a power nap, we all headed out to a fantastic restaurant overlooking the Firth of Forth, between the 'modern' road bridge and the nearly 125 year old cantilever rail bridge. More great food and great company.
We woke Sunday to a ...
Once we had our bags packed and we had cleaned up the apartment we gave Giv a big hug goodbye and made our way to the airport. It took us several trains again but it was no problem for us, seasoned pros at the Paris underground. The plane went via Heathrow, which took several hours to stopover which was a bit frustrating, but it wasn’t long before we landed in beautiful Scotland once more. We caught the normal bus in, instead of ...