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... We then were able to book the rest of the tee times for the rest of the week! So exciting :) We had decided that we were going to keep our 7pm dinner reservation but only have dessert! Dinner plans were to snack on the groceries we had bought earlier. After dessert, we planned our route for tomorrow, a non-golf day and travel day to St Andrews. We are now laying back, relaxing, letting the wine chill, and watching the Masters' last ...
... just for a quick break and to stretch our legs. We arrived in Edinburgh driving over the forth of firth bridge, seeing the sun set and soon we were in Edinburgh.
From the drop off point i walked back to the royal mile, stopped for dinner at the pub called the filling station. Just a chance to get some dinner and have a drink. After dinner i walked back to the hostel, i got ready for the next day, then downloaded and sorted pictures, did some reading and went to bed.
... Countess of Cawdor lives part of the year. It was a mixture of old and modern, built around a tower house in 15/16 century and home of the Campbell's. Only a portion of the castle is open to the public, which disappointed Angela (I suggested that I could marry the Countess (from photos seemed good looking) and have Angela as a mistress and then she could see it all. Angela thought that was a bad idea. The gardens there were amazing We Culloden exhibition ...
... the path. Red, blue, green, purple, pink, yellow and cream flowers made the path a summer rainbow. Dandelion, buttercups, fox glove, Scottish thistle, ragwort it was all there as all so pretty. Friendly people greeted us as we walked along, mostly locals from Inverness but people from different countries too, Most of them belonging to the boats in the canal that were tied up to various marina. After a couple of hours of walking we decided to cut through a nature reserve to get back ...
... tumulus which I walked around, for the GPS pattern, before we followed one of the green paths past the comet stone, so called because it produces a tail on the ring, and back towards the farm houses at the causeway.
By now it was after three, so we dashed off to see the long anticipated Skara Brae. At last we are reaping the benefit of having become members of Historic Scotland as it means that we don't have to pay entry fees for any of the Neolithic ...
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