Peggyslea Farm House
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... back many times since and also lived there for a year back in 2006/2007.
This year it is my Lola's 95th birthday so the family are heading back to wish her lots of love and I cannot wait to give her a big cuddle. 95, what a legend.
So for now, this is just a quick little post with a cheeky selfie at the airport. More exciting things to come soon... :)
... and we were led to what seemed the only empty table! The Scots don't keep Spanish hours! Anyway, we had a fabulous tapas meal, with Rioja. Weird to have such a wonderful Spanish experience in Edinburgh, but there you go, it happened. As we walked back we realised that the streets were wet, so it must have rained as we were in tapas mode, but no sign of it now, and very mild temperature. Gill said we had bewitched ...
... here is even older here in Edinburgh than London--so beautiful. When we got to the hotel we finally were able to shower and get ourselves together from our eventful morning, and made sure we were early to meet the group for dinner. I had the best Scottish salmon for dinner I've ever had and probably will ever have in my life. The group of people we are touring with are so much fun and sweet, and are making this experience that much better! Tomorrow we are going to the Edinburgh ...
... just 1 second) your car shuts off and then when you take your foot off the brake it will automatically start up again. What the heck!?!?!?!? We were able to spend the evening walking around old town and the Royal Mile. It's been 8 years since we were here last but it's funny how it all came back to us and we didn't even need a map to get around. Well full day of being a tourist tomorrow so need to call it a ...
... that none could cure Up the top of Arthur's Seat, A volcano sleeping sound A stunning view, with sky so blue And city all around To The Stand we went for comedy It was corse and lame and rude So we ditched to see the Field of Light To brighten up our mood Through skinny lanes, on cobbled paths With Flights of steps to climb Where there used to be Nor' Loch Now the trains go all the time And If it's not a bagpipe busker Playing for his ...