Ellersly House Hotel
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... quick beer with some Germans at the Inn on the Mile. I had the Scottish equivalent of Budwieser, Magner, and a nip of Johnnie Walker. How could I not? I was in Scotland, after all! (It was gross, in case you were wondering.)
The next day, we had to get Andy off on the train around 10:30 a.m. It was such a bummer, because Laura and I had such a good time with him! No one else fell off the bunk beds, after all. But, we were off to bigger things.
By bigger, I ...
... and will be too ‘strapped’, and Peter (the owner) works on Sundays - so just the three of us.
- I have some more photos on my phone but am having probs transferring them over the data connection...
- Thanks to those whom have emailed me (Lynn) and FBed me (Maggie) and more importantly Snail-mailed me (Selina). I haven't forgotten you. I'm just being really slack! And anyone who doesn't come to mind atm - you are (and all of you are) in my thoughts.
... for our sunglasses - it was sunny in Scotland!!
It was only an hour's drive to Melrose but we stopped en-route at the Carfraemill Hotel for some lunch. They even had a special Scottish produce menu, Maria was going to get her first taste of Scotland. Maybe the tales of deep frying pizza and ice cream had her a little worried but she did venture enough to take the Stornoway Black Pudding hoping it would not be served battered and straight from the deep fat ...
6-11-13 Newcastle to Edinburgh
After a really rough sail across the North Sea we arrived into the port of Newcastle about two hours late. Due to the bad weather the captain decided he better take it a bit more gentle in the rough seas.
What was worrying me all night was my bike which was parked up on car deck 3!! Was it still standing or was it laying on its side??
After a grand English breakfast in the ships dining room it was out on deck to see what was going ...
... I turned left and traveled west on Princes Street, where I got a great view of the Castle across the park from where I was now located. After traveling for a good seven to eight blocks I was starting to feel the soreness in my legs and the bottom of my feet were on fire. It was now drizzly, so thought to myself, why not just call it a night and go relax at the hotel. Therefore, I retraced my steps along Princes Street and turned onto Waverly.
I purchased ...