Six Murray Park
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Another early start as we had to return the rental car by 10am. I obviously don't drive fast enough - I was doing the 120kph speed limit and had numerous cars fly past me. We were at the airport quite early for our 1pm flight and our flight was delayed by over an hour so we had a lot of spare time to fill in. Eventually arrived at Edinburgh ...
... to burn down a beautiful and wonderous building to get back at the issues between the Protestants and Catholics. The cathedral was "cleansed" in 1559 and left in ruin.
There is also St Andrews castle, which was a bishops seat rather than that of a king of other noble. Similar story and ending for that building..
We wandered around the town for a bit, just marvelling at the lovely architecture and general "quaintness" of it all.
Then headed back ...
... 45 pounds plus tip. And you will need your handicap certificate!
We also had a long walk along West Sands beach, where some of the running scenes from the movie 'Chariots of Fire' were filmed.
Our overnight stop was a bit of a surprise: the spot on the map was in the wrong place, and we ended up going back across the Tay Bridge, through Dundee and almost as far as Perth!
... abbey and the Main Street. Then on to Anstruther at East Neuk. Again very pretty, a fishing village much like Plockton, however extremely windy. Then on to Falkland and I went through the castle, this is a National Trust property so I had free entry. It was nice to have the country drive, as High St Edinburgh is a bit full-on with people. Cold tonight, and I was glad to have my first night in for a while. I got my washing up-to-date, and had a face mask and hair ...
... complètement bourrée, on a commencé à boire à 10h du mat'.....cocktails et Champagne'. Et tout cela avec un fort accent Ecossais.
- le train se retrouve bloqué en gare à cause de "l'attitude d'un passager qui nécessite l'intervention de la police".
- en descendant du train un vent glacial t'accueille, dans une gare sombre, pluvieuse et vide, pas de taxi, prochain bus dans ...