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... and we are able to freshen up for dinner after my trip to Pound Stretch, the Scot version of our dollar stores, to pick up some odds and ends. Ian recommends to dine at 1780 for a traditional Scottish meal on Rose Street which is an adorable cozy street located only a block or two away with quaint pub-ish restaurants. The meal was DELICIOUS and our waiter very helpful with 'what this and that tastes like'. He was spot on and I'm no longer a virgin to ...
A torrential rain delays our Dulles flight and we know now that we will miss our connection to Edinburgh. It happens all the time but when it happens to you, you feel helpless. Unless of course you're Lynda. While I fret, Lynda asks me for my ticket and returns in a few minutes saying, "Get your stuff, we’re going to London." We’re rerouted through London to Edinburgh. We arrive in Edinburgh only 5 hours after we were supposed ...
... neat and an unexpected piece of history to be learned!
Edinburgh was an awesome city, it looked and felt much older and I guess medieval than Dublin. I did try haggis, but I don't think that I'll bring that back to Canada with me. And, I did realize that I'll never be able to understand a thick Scottish accent, ever.
I hope today is full of leftover chocolates and melting snow!
Love love love,
... colleague, Kate Munro and her bf (???) Dave. They arrived just as I was about to finish at the fish shop for the Friday - but had spare keys at the ready. However, I also got a slight early-mark!
Took home salmon fillets for dinner (gosh, I was about to type 'tea'!). Pan-fried with fresh herbs (cut from my pot), egg mayo pots - and broccoli and freshly peeled broadbeans (reduced - it ...
... blue door). He was a sickly child and spent a lot of time indoors in his bedroom on the upper floor. From there he had a clear view of the park opposite where other children would play. In the park was an island. This is claimed to be the inspiration for 'Treasure Island'. It's a private home now. Opposite our hotel was the residence of Alexander Graham Bell. Our tour continued to Edinburgh Castle which is a Defence hold. We explored, Queen Mary's Chapel, saw ...
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