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... keep my speed down to about 45 - 50mph for safety and thank goodness I did!!There ahead right in the middle of this fast curve is a turning to my left which trucks must be using for some construction or something as the whole road ahead is suddenly covered in mud!!
It’s as slippery as hell and my bike is skidding right out of control and heading for the curves. Catching the brakes would only make things worse and so I simply just let her go and slow down gently. ...
Up early to enjoy the drive back to Edinburgh. We hadnt booked this night yet so we stopped at a McDonalds (I know I know) but mainly because they had free wifi. We had a quick bite and reserved a hotel at the airport. Once we dropped off the car and checked in we jumped a bus and headed back to ...
... which used to be a palace for Scottish rulers back in the days and which is now, Queen Elizabeth's "country house". Sadly she was out for the day so she couldn't offer me a cup of tea. Instead I drank a whiskey in a pub down the Royal Mile. A 12 year old Glenfiddich to be exact. I've had worse ;)
Well that was it for the weekend, off to work again!
... even though I was late getting up, the
castle was not open yet and there was a bit of a line to get tickets.
Also I had noticed that there was a bit of construction work going on
– for the tattoo later in August.
While waiting in line the sun came out and it
got hot enough for me to take my jumper off. I got my ticket and went
for a wander inside the castle. I had a look at some of the regiment
museums, the various buildings, the war memorial ...
... and Exhibition and the Camera Obscura, offering a unique view of the city through a lens. Walked down through the gardens to Prices Street and behind to the shopping areas of Rose Street and George Street. After a meal in an American diner and stroll through the Waverly Market, we caught the bus back to airport to conclude this quick ...