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... eggs, sausage, fried tomato, and mushrooms. Within 90 minutes of take-off, we were ready to land in Edinburgh. I forgot to check in online so I got stuck in the middle section of the plane with aisles on either side of me so I couldn’t get a view out the window. Exiting was quick because the plane wasn’t full so I retrieved my bag and was on a bus to the city within 30 minutes of landing.
Driving from the airport to the city center was great atop a ...
... and even then we had no idea if we were heading the right way. After walking half an hour in the wrong direction once we got to the track and then eventually to the summit it was so beautiful!!! Rolling hills as far as the eye could see, little villages and hedgerows. The weather in the lake district is so unpredictable one moment glorious sunshine next ******* down. Loved the lake district would love to come back and do some more tracks.
From the Lakes District we head ...
... are unbelievable! Anything you want, you can surely find one as Nessy the monster. Any yes, I did buy a trashy key ring!!
We then drove to the actual lake to look for something….anything.
Interesting though, the Loch is the largest and deepest Loch (lake) in the UK, 235 m deep, it can fit ever human in the world 3 times over! Although we didn’t see any heads or tails sticking out of the water, we did see some unusual ripples ...
... Vancouver. The flight consisted of one seat change (people shouldn't get the option to recline their seats, more space in a cardboard box!) and films. Two flights, a sky train (where Murray wanted to quickly take luggage tags from the airport off the rucksacks 'so we didn't look like tourists'), a bus and 20 hours later we got into our hotel the Best Western Uptown ...
We head for Edinburgh. First stop is Rosslyn Chapel about 15
minutes out of the city. The Scottish people believe this is one of their most beautiful churches. Rosslyn Chapel, formally known as the
Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew, was founded on a small hill above
Roslin Glen as a Catholic collegiate church in the mid-15th century. The
chapel took some 40 years to complete and its ornate stonework and
mysterious symbolism have inspired - ...