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... capabilities and security control. It was really interesting but was also quite depressing given that the bunker was only for the Scottish government officials but the local people would be rejected. The Queen would also have been moved here in the event of a nuclear attack, if she happened to be in Edinburgh at the time.
On the way home we visited Crail which is built around a harbour and was another typical pretty little village ...
... his ACL and MCL in rugby, and was now on crutches. But he eventually made it! The view from the top of the hill was wonderful. We were lucky enough to be venturing through the city on a sunny day - not a cloud in the sky.
After the castle, we headed back down the hill to a tartan making factory. The factory is still functioning, where you can walk through and see all these machines in action, weaving the tartans together! The tartans are also ...
... didn’t even know Leithies even had an accent! Its good to know I’m still bilingual!
I’m not sure if I’ll have
time for another blog, but it has been wonderful hearing back from so many of
you during these four months. I’m
looking forward to seeing everyone soon at home.
Ta Ta the noo.
... dine elsewhere tomorrow night. An early night was in order as we were all very tired. DOUG'S DIARY - Off to Edinburgh. Heavy case, struggled to Kings Cross which thankfully has no stairs. Met the mob, bought M&S lunch for the train and booked case through to Edinburgh. Enjoyed the scenery and did the newspaper puzzles. On arrival we were directed to Motel One by a Big Issue seller. Rooms on 4, 5 and 6 (us). Walked up the hill to the Royal Mile and ambled down ...
... the same thing??? I will now get in touch with the parish offices for all 3 and try and work out which St Cuthbert’s is mine.
I hope it is the one I visited as it has a wonderful history – dating back to the 1100s – and I also took photos of it, including a magnificent stained glass window deigned and made by Tiffanys! However, one of the other St Cuthbert’s is a Catholic church and seeing as though Henry ...