Auld Post Hotel
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... I'm not exactly sure how I'm feeling right now- a little anxious but more excited.. especially for the films on the plane!!
After a long 4 hours packing today, I THINK that i've remembered everything.. definitely my 50+ sun cream! However, I don't think I will be needing it as soon as I thought. Just checked the predicted weather for Sri Lanka when I arrive on Friday night and it is Thunderstorms.. Wonderful.
Fingers crossed I will have WiFi access and ...
... of the old residential buildings into hotels, restarants, and shops, but were successful in maintaining the oldworld medieval feel that I absolutely love. I love the massive stone buildings with intricately designed towers and vaulted ceilings, beautifully decorated old cathedrals, narrow cobblestone streets...I could go on and on.
As we reached the end of the Royal Mile, we continued on to Holyrood ...
... get home! Pretty competitive between Steph and I though, haha. Had some absolutely delicious (and garlic-e) meals cooked mostly by Tim, but one amazing lasagna by Steph, followed by a delicious cake baked by codrina. At church, we sang a couple of the songs we do back home... slightly different but not by much. The (visiting) reverend made mention to a song the revelation quartet (my parents' quartet) used to sing "don't try to tell me" and since it was fathers day ...
... long we were in Selkirk and lost. Another B road took us back to the A707 and north to Rosslyn Chapel, made famous in the Davinci Code. The chapel is smaller than the film would suggest and has a history which is far more intriguing than that presented by Hollywood. The weather continued to be fickle. We stopped for a pint in Roslin and then headed in to Edinburgh. Heavy traffic ...
... base at which Sgt Malcolm Roberston was stationed with 65 Squadron at the time of his death. The crash site is a 1 hr drive south of Drem, over the Lammermuir Hills. Scott kept us well occupied with a constant commentary (some of it WW2 related) on our surroundings, as we took a partly coastal route where we could see the exposed part wrecks of two submarines torpedoed by Germany, followed by the expansive Gosford Estate of which part was used for a POW camp for captured Germans, one ...
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