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... t really had a proper lunch and was starving! I went to a Pizza Express just off the Royal Mile, and had a massive pizza and a larger-than-expected piece of tiramisu for dessert. After that it was probably a good thing I walked back to the hotel...
Tomorrow I'm heading out to have a proper look around the city, and maybe visit a museum or two and Tuesday I'm booked on a day tour up into the highlands so hopefully the weather stays fine for that!
Flew through the night by the light of a full moon, above the Arctic Circle, over the tip of Iceland and down to the British Isles. Opened the shade of our plane to a warm, soft sun flowing over a collage of primary colors...the blue, blue sea, pitched red roofs and some of the greenest rolling hills I've ever seen- and I'm from Oregon!
Welcome to Scotland!
We push ourselves into an upright position after sitting ...
... are now parked up for the night right at the side of the Loch in a little place called Invermoriston., a pretty little spot where you can hire fishing rods if desired and try your hand at fly fishing or hire a bike. What they do have at this site is what they call Hobbits and each one is named after the characters in The Lord of the Rings film, to me they look similar to a gypsy caravan on size, quite odd as you can see in one of the photo's but they do seem to be popular for hiring. ...
... neck pillow somewhere. Shopping for a new coat tomorrow. Kate has us in a beautiful A Georgian Residence house. Many steps to climb but a very pretty room. Watching Den having a cup of tea sitting on a embroidered bedspread is a sight to see. Kate will be by later to pick us up to go and have Thai for tea. We are so lucky to have Kate spoiling ...
... be much better at 4£.
The one thing I enjoyed about Edinburgh while driving in was that for a bigger city, the traffic was not congested at all even in the city centre. Out of Reykjavik, Dublin, Belfast; Edinburgh took the prize for being the best big city to drive in. It also takes the prize for being the big city I could see myself wanting to live in, but still unlikely to actually happen.
Parking was expensive though, at 16£ or $25, ...