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Today Jim made crossiants with brie and bacon for our breakfast - a great way to start the day. We left home and headed up to the Highlands - something M and I had talked about doing but didn't think we would get there. We stopped off at Bankfoot in Perthshire for a coffee, of course. The coffee shop was part of a shopping complex which included a whisky shop with free tasting - of which we had to sample. We then went to Birnam where ...
... his tombstone even though it was a small cemetery. As you can imagine there were several tombstones we couldnt read and some had fallen over.
From there we went to the Canal Street burial ground to look for great x 4 grandfather - James Parlane - this was really run down as the church is for sale. The grass was taller than the tombstones andh most of them were fallen over. It was so sad to see the cemetery like this - no respect.
We went ...
... compared to Glasgow which receives 100". Rugby, football and cricket are the main sports in Scotland.
Golf started in Edinburgh in the 1400's. Shortly thereafter, The first 'laid-out' course began in Muscleburgh, east of Edinburgh. Today the Muscleburgh golf course is located right in the middle of a race horse track and closed when horse racing is taking place.
We began our drive to St Andrews which is located about 1.5 hrs north ...
28/12/12 Today was shopping day. Sarcastic yippee! We found some cheap stuff in Gap and Primark(?) (they're shops) including some blue leggings. Later Grace, Lauren and I went on the Ice Maze (a ride) at the winter festival then we went to watch the Hobbit. Its 3 hours and its only part 1. Unbelievable. ...length I mean. It was a good movie. -Caitlin Shopping day - yay - got some bargains. ...
European Adventure 2012
22-06-12 Newcastle to Edinburgh(home)
The night aboard the ferry to Newcastle certainly went quickly as I don't
remember much. Normally I would sleep a few hours and then get up and do my blog
about 2am but it seems sleep had caught up with me and I slept like a log even
with the vibrations of the ships engines!!
I set mt alarm for 6am but then realized that we would have an extra hour in
bed and so set it for ...