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Travel Blogs from Linlithgow
... five point turns are not a good idea with a trailer. Turns out the A and B roads are really not that bad and we arrive at the Forth Road Bridge without any problems. In fact it may even have been a better route as we did not have to negotiate Cupar town centre, which was choc-o-block yesterday at 3pm, so who knows what it was like this morning. The drive on the M90 approaching the bridge is pretty hairy - we are not used to all this traffic! Ian tells me to look at the ...
... now what to look for.
We headed out to an Italian Restaurant that Jon had booked for our evening meal to await the conqueroring heros. Yes New Zealand had won the cricket. I had checked that out on the news before I heard it from Mervyn. It could not have been scripted better for Mervyn, his first ever game to watch at Lords and NZ beats England in the one dayer. Very excited by it all and really enjoyed their day at the cricket. ...
Arrived in Edinburgh, rolled all our baggage straight up to the car rental place only to find they had given us a BMW!
Problem was it wasn't big enough to hold all of our luggage!
We were then upgraded (at a cost!) to a bigger BMW! The luggage still only just squeezed in, bags were on the boys laps, and piled up between them!
Keyless start on the car was interesting, as well as the energy saving features such as the engine cutting out every time the ...
Sorry for the lateness, but I am tired.
Anyways today was all about Harry Potter. The morning started out a bit rough,
as some young inebriated woman decided to ring my flat's buzzer at 4am in order to
gain entry into the building. Needless to say my response is unprintable.
At 11:30am,I then walked over to the Marriot and met the Wellington Sisters and t proceeded to walk over to the boys apt to pick up Brian. Having done that I ...
... salad with cherry tomatoes, garlic croutons, Parmesan Reggiano cheese, and classic Caesar dressing. Pretzel rolls and garlic bread were served as well. The garlic bread was especially delicious.
For the main course, I had "The Chef’s Selection:” grilled Sterling Silver sirloin steak with garlic and herb butter, Delmonico’s Original steak sauce, creamed spinach, onion hashbrown potatoes, and fresh green asparagus spears. The meal was ...