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Last stop Edinburgh! Early morning wake up, down to the restraunt in the hotel for breakfast, only £12.50 for full cooked breakfast - sausages, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, croissants, toast, cereal, yoghurt, fruit etc. It was great to eat so we before another big day of travelling.Off to the airport we went to catch the plane, no ...
Socks are long, thick and adding an extra woolen jumper and scarf and easy addition for surviving the harsh Scottish summer.
Also a hood on at least one garment.
It's Edinburgh so the rain comes down and hoods and umbrellas go up.
No one actually moves inside. It's just a wee spot of rain after all. it'll be gone soon.
No one is leaving the outside bar until it snows apparently. There is too much good single ...
... in Edinburgh, which is not ideal. Fortunately, we have two weeks in this beautiful city.
After we checked in to our accommodation, which is just outside and within walking distance of the city, we vegged and stayed in for the rest of the day. This is in no small part due to the very comfortable flat, and our landlady leaving us a lovely care package of deliciousness that meant we did not need to head out for anything. We went through a review of the "Best ...
... isnt the glamorous exciting life that i imagine most people think it is. Lucky for Lock he is on tour with some really good people which I think makes all the difference. People who stick to being on tour for years on end certainly have a lot of patience and staying capacity! It was perfect for Lock and I though, plenty of time to just hang out which is a rare thing for the Brownlie siblings!
I saw the show again in Glasgow and this time was much better as I ...
... the area. The first part of the drive took us through snow covered mountains from the night before. After leaving the motorway and getting onto an “A” route, we then went through winding roads between homes, more forest and plenty of hills covered in livestock. We even passed a spot that made us think we went back to Wisconsin (a John Deer dealership next to the first silo we had seen wince we had been there and a field, it was ...