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... amazing Abbey in its time. We then continued driving towards Scotland. Luckily I got to drive over the English/Scottish boarder. Much to Nicks disgust. Was very exciting. As it was rather late when we arrived we had to do something Sottish on our first night so we decided that a Scottish Pub dinner of "Haggis" was a must. Neither of us could exactly remember what it was but thought it was a good idea not to remind ourselves till after we had eaten ...
... no hot air balloons and certainly not under any canvas, but we feel a sense of wonder that we have circumnavigated the Globe. Fifteen flights and not a single one delayed, or any suitcase gone astray...that must be some sort of record. We have met some amazingly helpful, pleasant people and confirmed that we do indeed live in one of the most beautiful places in the World. It is lovely to come home.
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We capped off the evening with a nice, but relatively expensive dinner at a nearby Tibetan/Indian restaurant. This was our first, and probably not last, taste of how much more expensive things are here in Scotland. We were relaxing in our room by 10 o'clock, with daylight still in full effect, although dampening by the overcast skies. We're looking forward to a busy day touring the city tomorrow!
... in The Great Hall where we got photos with the performers. Scary Military Prison and Prisoners of War exhibitions. Lots of cannons in various batteries and some good views of the city from castle walls despite the rain and wind. Quick walk through the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Museum and the National War Museum. Lots to offer in this one location and you could spend as long as you wished fully exploring every aspect, nook and ...