Six Brunton Place Guest House
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Here we are again, still in Edinburgh and really enjoying being settled here in one place. We headed out this morning in crisp still morning, frost on the ground but no snow as yet (forecast on Sunday is snow but not holding my breath lol), we collected Jeff's dad ready for an adventure. We headed to Falkirk to check out the Falkirk wheel, the only on made in the world! It was amazing to watch and the way it takes a boat from the lower canal and moves it up and around ...
... and our room was a sauna). Unlucky us somehow got the room next door to drunken Scots who came inside still arguing. Toby and I were both extremely tired and rather cranky after an hour of the Scottish escapades so Toby aggressively banged on the wall several times. I was too frightened to let Toby confront the Scottish drunks. For awhile they seemed to settle and then would argue again. The morning alarm went off and we reluctantly got out of bed for our early start. ...
... the North Sea to the east, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the south-west. In addition to the mainland, the country is made up of more than 790 islands, including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides. We arrived at the boarder and to my delight a bagpiper was playing. Bernie, I thought of Ian and thought how much he would have loved this. Stuart took a small video of the event to show you when ...
Realised it was taking too long and we had to hurry it up a bit. In the grounds of the palace there was an Art Gallery with a special exhibition of how the fashions had been set over the years. Took a few photos of the paintings. They allowed paintings as long as you didn't use the flash.
Next door to the palace was a ruined Abbey. I was sad to see that they had laid the very old ...
Well, I'm finally wrapping up my first day in Scotland by being in bed by 9pm but it was quite a full day if you ask me. Stayed up late Monday night thinking that I would be tired enough to sleep the whole way through my flight on tuesday night. Unfortunately that was not the case. Could barely sleep probably because of nerves but regardless, I am absolutely exhausted. The plane ride, customs, baggage claim was pretty painless until I turned on my phone and realized I had no ...