Ducks at Kilspindie House
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... dinner. Once it was ready we got her up, fed her and she went back to bed. She still had a bad cough and was taking Sudafed PE and some anti biotics to try and get on top of it. After we had done the dishes I checked what she was taking. She had been into the Stilnox - Zolpidem Tartrate. I check with Dr Google to find it was a sleeping tablet, She must have mixed up the meds the Dr had given her to get some sleep on the flight home. Diabolical. Guess I will be doing the driving ...
... at the castle and it was great, then decided we would walk up to the top of Arthur's Seat, so we called in at the hotel to change into shorts and " sensible shoes" Well what a walk that turned out to be!!! OMG !!!! It was way more challenging than either of us realised, but so worth it when we got to the top! The view was incredible! 360 deg view of Edinburgh and surrounds, to the Pentland Hills and out to the water and ...
We left St Andrews today... That was sad, but looked forward to exploring the city of Edinburgh! We drove the van back to the airport and grabbed a cab into the city to avoid any city driving. The Apex International hotel is on Grassmarket St. and we have an amazing view of the Edinburgh castle. Once checked in, we left our bags at the hotel and began our day of exploration with the castle. The views of the city and inside the castle were great. Loving the ...
... 340 million years ago and then with the ice age it helped to form this mountain called "Arthur's seat". I use the term mountain lightly. It is only 823ft in elevation. It is only fitting that the hardest section is rock stairs, like everything else in Edinburgh, all stairs. Paul had made this "mandatory" for the cast to do, but did not schedule it well. We finished our show at 2:20 and had to be back for a street performance at 5:30. Only 3 hours to ...
... so I couldn't handle more than a couple bites. Heather finished hers--what a good girl! We then went on a ghost tour which was a cool experience. Our guide, Chiara, was quite theatrical and encouraged group participation. She took us to a few spots around the city telling us various creepy stories. Then we went underground to some vaults that were discovered and excavated some time ago. It was very dark and creepy down there far ...