BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel
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... until dead and then cut down from the tree and taken straight to the courts to plead their innocence or guilt. Of course there was silence as they were already dead. We were told this expedited the court system of justice here. We saw Edinburgh by night lights just now and it looks grand. We explore more tomorrow. Take care. Love from Nett and Phil. Xxxxx Annette Pearce from my ...
... into town to find a meal, we'll the place is quite busy with the Edinburgh tattoo on and the fringe festival. The later part of the day was quite wet and it was also cool - welcome to Scotland. Tomorrow Nick and Duncan leave for Amsterdam and Germany while Paul, Matt and Andy are starting in Edinburgh for the day then up to ...
... boot was just a little too small, we couldn't fit much more than one suitcase and one backpack in, the rest had to go in the car. According to the car's trip computer, we have driven for 67:15 hours, 1786 miles (2874 km), at an average speed of 26 mph (42 km/h). Fuel consumption was 52.3 mpg (5.4 l/100 km). I'm glad the fuel consumption was so good, because diesel was about £1.35 per litre! Everything was okay with the car when ...
... the amount of times they were taken and hidden to be protected - sometimes for centuries at a time. We also stopped and had tea and scones at a fancy looking place inside the castle walls. The tea wasn't anything special but the scones were really good. After the castle we had a tour of Mary Kings Close which is an old street that were built over so the street and the building were still preserved underneath. Before the streets were built over they were 6 or 7 stories ...
... around 100 AD was a very impressive piece of work, over two metres high, stretching right across northern England to keep out the Barbarians from the north. By the time we reached the Scottish border the weather had changed to absolutely freezing with accompanying strong winds. Suitably silly photographs were taken of one leg in each country etc before scampering back into the bus to reach Edinburgh before dark so that ...