The Dean Park Hotel
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Smooth landing in Glasgow, Scotland, at 10 am local time, 6 am my time. Uncomplicated airport, a "walk in the park". Speedy security process and I'm patrolling for a smoking -allowed door, while my eyes probe the crowd for my future escort. This time, past experience reminds me what to scan for in a tour director. Sure enough, all tour company …
... greeted us with a beautiful day in Edinburgh, if not a little windy. We grabbed some breakfast before making the climb up to Arthur's Seat to take in the beautiful 360 degree views of Edinburgh city and beyond. We climbed down and made our way through Old Town to the royal mile before heading over to Princess street to take in the view of the castle from the gardens. With very little planning/booking achieved on the Sunday we headed back to ...
... around and went home. I was in the door about 30seconds when my phone rang, it was Jessie " Do you have Lindsay's phone in your bag?" Oh ****, I thought. " Yes, yes I do, I will meet you halfway". So back out the door I went. Met them halfway and turned around for the second time. It was almost 4am but this point. I still had to pack, strip my bed in the morning and be outside for the cab at 7:15am. I figured, let me go to sleep now and I will get up super ...
... on their beaks. I spent about an hour there.
- When I came back home, thunder started (as it was a ‘reasonably warm day’). The first time I had heard it in Scotland! I thought how much my boy hated thunder and how apt it was for the afternoon. Miss you my baby.
- Bruises on my forearms. Thanks swanies!
- On the way walking to work, I was looking at a ‘magpie’ – they sort of look like Aussie magpies (black and white) but have quite ...
... just oozes history. I arrived at the castle just as it was opening for the day, there was a queue of about 20 people so I joined in. I ended up spending a good couple of hours there going through all the displays and reading the various plaques. There were quite a few guided tours going through so I surreptitiously snuck on the back of a couple to hear what the guide was saying. The castle really is a focal point of Scottish history over the past 500 ...