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We were fresh off a red-eye flight from Boston and after a harrowing drive from the rental car company in Edinburgh to Queensferry, had our first fish and chips in Scotland. The streets here are crazy! Sometimes two way streets will narrow so cars in each direction have to take turns. We were eager to visit Queensferry because it was named after Queen Margaret ...
... but would have been won on penalty. The next job on the agenda is to get up to Scotland. Andy drove the first leg and Matt plucked up the courage to have a go. The odrive up was pretty uneventful. We took the A1 on the way up which was more coastal and scenic but it was a bit foggy. Rolled into Edinburgh about 5 pm. ...
... we stopped for a photo, and we were closer to snow than we have been anywhere else! We came through the Cairnwell Pass, which is the highest mountain pass in Scotland. The roads were steep and lots of twists and turns. It actually has gates at each end to close it in bad weather. Once through the pass, the land gradually became more typical farmland, and changed quite dramatically. We finally crossed the Forth Road Bridge, and ...
... street sitting outside a branch of the HSBC, I know a lady who works in there I said 'Yeah right' said Henry. Honestly I do, so with a push from Henry I plucked up the courage to walk in (looking and smelling pretty bad) and ask if my friend was there ' Oh yes she still works here, I'm gutted for you said the kind lady (who made no backward step away from me!) Friday's are her day off! Shame would have been fab to see her must be 5+ years since ...
... destitute wrote the first of the Harry Potter novels. She is now remarried and while she is rich enough to live anywhere chooses to continue to live in Edinburgh. Husband is a local medical specialist and continues to work - maybe he doesn't get much pocket money. Our evening tour concluded with glimpses of the royal bathhouse which we understand was opened to the great unwashed once a year to have a bath - whether they needed it or ...