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... to sweep wine glassed off the low table onto the carpet. We got thru the evening unscathed and said our farewell's. Justice was off to the vet the next morning for treatment to overcome his deep attraction to his soft piggy toy. We went home and cooked up the Hake in the oven, sitting down to our last dinner together some time after 10pm. A.Dot is not accustomed to such hours and we laid low the next morning. A leisurely late breakfast before a final shopping trip ...
... was awesome. From across the river we could see the Wallace monument towering on another hill. After spending a good amount of time walking through the various castle rooms, we leave. Next we went to the National Wallace Monument, only a few miles away. But we got lost the first time so it took longer than expected to get there. We drive up the hill, park and head up to the top. At the top is a giant tower. We walk around the tower and look at the views around us. ...
... these markets that run through to Christmas very popular. Our train from Larbert had standing room only. Trains from all over Scotland and into England were full this day. We had warm mulled wine of course and a lot of fun. Tim's Girlfriend came over and they went off for a date. Wendy and I finished up by sharing a fresh waffle loaded with cherries and sauce dribbled all over with two types of chocolate. I'll let the pictures speak for ...
... and Steph was already up ... she thought I was upstairs still in bed!
After a leisurely breakfast and a refocus of our activities for the week, we set off for Edinburgh Castle. It was a stop and go journey since we browsed in a few shops along the way. Once we were at the castle, we decided to take the audio tour ... definitely worth the extra money. A tip for those traveling here ... since we had purchased the Historic Scotland Pass, ...
... Thankfully I was given some very helpful advice about his to deal with this.
Don't have one gigantic coat to stay warm as you'll get hot, take it off and be cold again.
Several thinner layers allow you to shed incrementally.
So today I have the layers on, and a coat from the op shop in my satchel as a back up.
This got me thinking about Scottish clothing and fashion in general.
Perhaps as clothing ...
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