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... among only Scots it would have passed. The vote however was allowed among all persons living in Scotland, among them many non-natives. The example given to me was that of the thousands of oil workers bringing in oil from the north sea off the coast of Scotland. They saw it in their best interest, that of continued employment, to vote against the measure. Signs like this were everywhere, whereas I saw very few advocating defeat of the measure.
... again, tasted another half a dozen whiskies and finally bought a bottle of Benromach single malt. After the shows we found a great Thai and Indian restaurant and had one of the best curry meals we can remember. The place was full of Indians,which we took to be a good sign!
We met up with the Kidds again waiting for the bus back over the bridge, and finally got back to the motorhomes around 11pm. What a great ...
... it! After a night enjoying some of the local pubs and live music Andrew and I hiked up Arthur's Seat, a former volcano turned now into large hill looking over Edinburgh. We earned the incredible view on top, trekking up slippery rocks and grassy trails. An awesome start to seeing the city, and we enjoyed the best weather our trip during that time. After our decline we started a new incline up Calton Hill where there were ...
We intended, and budgeted, to buy bikes when we arrived in France...only to find that there was just 1 bike path to ride! Unless we were willing to take our chances on the highway. We weren't. So, we were excited to arrive in Edinburgh and discover that it is very bike friendly with bike paths, racks, lanes on the roads, and a number of bike shops! You can see the bike map is as big as we are!
I went to The ...
... my remaining time so did not go up the hill to get a good look at the National Monument (maybe my next trip?).
I didn't get back to my London Bridge flat until midnight, incredibly exhausted after a whirlwind 19-hour trip going off no sleep from the night before. I was out cold the minute my head hit my pillow- I didn't even need my earplugs or headphones!! I'm so glad I went to this beautiful city, & would love to come back, perhaps to play some golf?!