BEST WESTERN Balgeddie House Hotel
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... and walks in the lakes district'. A.Dot has us plotting our trip via Moffat, off the motorway and a more picturesque drive. At midday we drove over and collected 'Dig' (David Gosden), an old friend of A.Dot who we have caught up with for lunch last year. Really interesting fellow, delights in telling stories of his time as an unlikely soldier. Enlisted very young and assigned to driving duties even though he had never driven before. We had lunch in the annex ...
... interesting journey and we knew we were in Scotland when we travelled over the arched bridge at Berwick upon Tweed. The train was half an hour late arriving at Edinburgh but that didn't matter to us. The sun was shining which was a surprise as I think we had resigned ourselves to dull weather in Scotland. The walk to our flat at 21 Hanover Street took less than 10 minutes. Although we had seen the flat on the Internet, it was lovely to walk from room to room ...
... we all took turns on the practice green, pretending to hit putts. Then I hoped over the fence and one of the caddies took my picture near the first tee marker. I was like a little schoolboy at Christmas time, but at the same time trying to act like it was no big deal. I went into the pro shop and purchased a ball marker and divot tool, as well as a St. Andrew’s poker chip, and shot glass. I believe I paid a total of 23 pounds for the items. ...
With daylight falling we piled back into the car and headed to Edinburgh for our last night in the north. After a quick power nap for me (the other two went to the pub...surprise surprise) we met for a dinner of italian and then proceeded to a dive of a pub called At World's End. A beer, a cider and a white wine later we found ourselves surrounded by Americans drinking mulled wine and complaining about everything. ...
After 3 loads of washing and hoping that it would dry, as the sun was shining but still chilly, Maureen and I headed into Edinburgh. Finding me some gloves and a nice warm scarf plus my jacket we were ready for the elements. We took a good ole Hop On - Hop Off bus and got the speil about the various sights around the city. Saw the Edinburgh Castle from many angles. Quite a sight to see. They were taking down all the seating that was ...