Davaar House Hotel and Restaurant
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... yellow before green, so you have a bit of warning. We drove into Dunfermline, where my Mum grew up. We visited places she talked about, particularly the Glen (Pittencrief Park) where she used to play. The park is huge, with immaculate gardens and lots of grassy areas. It is really well maintained and the history of how it became open to the public is interesting. Two things we noted were the large number of dogs, including some doing training, and mots ...
We made it to Edinburgh!!
Our Aer Lingus flight was very smooth and only 1.5 hours from Shannon airport. When we arrived, we sadly discovered that because we were coming from an EU country, we didn't have to go through customs, which meant no passport stamp. :( Maybe on the way out....
We caught the airlink bus to the city center and had to catch another one close to our guesthouse. But ...
... play for a while to see if he could play it, and Lyle and I wandered round the rest of the shop. After a while of playing, we left to go get some lunch while he thought about it. We were a little disappointed in the sound and the feel of it after all, and although it was possible to play it like a guitar, it didn't really get much depth and dynamics to it... So we went to a place down the road called Voodoo Bar, which was an American style alternative bar. We got some food there - ...
... and the bodies of the soldiers were put in mass graves which are now marked with stones that identity their clans. Later in the afternoon as we were making our way north towards Skye we stopped at the Tomatin whiskey distillery for a quick sampling. I have tasted a few whiskies before and the Tomatin 15 years was the only one I have ever almost enjoyed... But of course my favorite was the 'Big T' a lovely blended whiskey that made me think of Nelly! We had to make tracks ...
... our hostel which is literally at the base of Edinburgh castle. And may I note the hostel mascot is a donkey. WE went out to a few pubs last night but it was a Tuesday night so we didn't stay out long.
Today we walked up to Edinburgh castle (1,000 pound parking fee, sheesh) which is beautiful and overlooks all of Edinburgh. We looked at the scottish crown jewels which includes the 'Stone of Destiny' a huge rock really.
We then walked in to the most ...