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Tour the beautiful Lake District and visit Wordsworths grave in the village Grasmere. Cross into Scotland and stop briefly at Gretna Green. Then it's onto the majestic Scottish capital. In the morning enjoy a guided tour of historic Edinburgh Castle home to the Honours of Scotland. Continue Down the Royal Mile to the Queens capital Holy Rood House Palace. Then ...
... the shops. We drove east from Pitlochry along Loch Tummel, admired the Queen's View, Tummel Bridge and Inn then headed south through Aberfeldy and back to Dunkeld. Views were breathtaking. We then travelled down to Kirkcaldy where we decided to have supper before going back to Leven. After some difficulty finding a suitable restaurant we were directed to La Gondola Restaurant and weren't disappointed. Italian food was delicious ...
... Urquhart Castle and the gorgeous and mysterious Loch Ness. From Inverness we travelled to Edinburgh with a pit stop for dinner at Village of Blair Athol, arriving home 11pm.
Exhausted but thrilled with the day and how the girls withstood the torture of the drive.
Looking forward to walking the Royal Mile in the morning before we move onto the Lake District for 2 nights. Not sure if there is WiFi there, but I'll fill you in when we next have ...
... new life!! Adam has also been busy, he is now working in a long term teaching position! He is working with grades 7 through 10 teaching geography. As exciting as this is it has definitely come with its own challenges. The kids in London are in fact as tough as we heard they would be every single day has a steep learning curve. Now that we are winding down towards Christmas I think Adam is getting his sea legs and he is excited for the new year! We have been really busy planning ...
... lt; I just had to google that word right there), but I do hope that my blog entries are fun, informative and occassionally entertaining enough to acheive their purpose - to keep my family and friends back home updated as to what mischief I am getting up to across the pond. In the words of Barney Stinson: "Challenge accepted!"
Anyway it's late and I don't want to ramble on. Happy reading!