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... back to get ready. A couple of snaps have been added to my Blog for you. Well the dinner was in an old stable at a castle, the ceiling was lined with silk, they had a show and dancing, the sang " Amazing Grace & " Auld Lang Syne " what a night, we were piped in and the waiters lined each side of the hall like welcoming Royalty. We are off to Skye tomorrow and on another ...
... north of Edinburgh. Here we were to stay the night at a three star lodge called Fishers Inn. Dinner was a medditeranian tapas with a red wine and arguably the best meal of our trip so far. We walked off dinner for a walk to the nearby Pitlochry dam and Salmon Steps.That was our day. We couldnt have wished for nicer weather. Edinburgh was excellent, and tomorrow should be even better. We head further north to Inverness, the lochs and ...
... though as we eavesdropped on the conversation next to us. The guy was obviously a professor at the university and taught something like philosophy and was having a very pretentious (or intellectual) conversation – it couldn’t have been more clichéd if he tried. There was also delicious home made cake which hit the spot. On the way to getting our coffee we ran into some New Zealanders we had met in Croatia as well, small world!
... Queen of England and the other royals use for vacationing. Some notable cruises include Prince Charles and Diana's honeymoon and the last Hong Kong governor being convoyed back to the UK. The ship has since been decommissioned but is still maintained at port for special events. It was a nice opportunity to see just how the royal family lives. The tour included the bridge, the Queen's bedroom (which ...
... Edinburgh) in front of the Edinburgh Castle and grabbed lunch at the Amber Restaurant in the Scotch Whisky Experience Museum. I smiled at the sight of this place as it clearly was "Dad Territory". If only I knew someone that would go in the exhibit with me. Next time. Sitting in the restaurant, I stunned my entire table as I ordered my meal with the attitude of “What the ...