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... for fear Dig got ideas to carry on himself. I locked everything up as I had found it and returned inside. We left shortly after, Dig insisting he get out of his chair and see us off the premises, walking us to the gate. We said our goodbye's and A.Dot confirmed she would call around later in the week. Next morning we took a walk down to a bathroom place, that specialised in upgrades for older citizens. They had upgraded the bathroom at a friend of A.Dot's. We checked ...
... rectangular wings, sitting in an 'Italianate' garden part of it is now an expensive family hotel. To get a look at how t was i asked if we could inspect the hotel with the thought of staying so entry was again free. Plastered ceilings, huge paintings and orangeries and conservatories... we explored the gardens and found the stump garden where many tres had been cut or fallen and art was madeof the stumps. Into the cafeteria and there on the walls was the ...
... recognizeable landmark. Every single building in this area is like that. Their history stretches back for hundreds and hundreds of years. I had a great time just walking around and taking in the views, despite the cold.
Rooming with guy from Australia named Bob. He's about my age, used to be in the Army. He was sick tonight so he didn't get out.
I ate dinner at a small pub ...
... presents then off we go again.
A stop for lunch at a Beef Eaters (steak burger with brie and cranberry sauce) and then off again to find the kelpies (for more info about the kelpies: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kelp ies).
Just a bit further down the road we could see the kelpies, wow, they are huge!! Unfortunately we didn't get to go in today as we needed to get back and it was a fair distance to walk for Allan so Julie and I took some quick photos as it ...
... daughter Sally) before cycling through the beautiful city which was bathed in sunlight.
The one thing we learnt from the day was that Edinburgh's roads are the worst in the UK! A patchwork of different Tarmac 'improvements', each section was either sunken or had a gaping hole ready to devour any bike that passes over it. God knows how we made it out of the city with no buckled wheel or puncture, but we did.
Accommodation: Sally and Ali's flat
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