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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Another early start as we had to return the rental car by 10am. I obviously don't drive fast enough - I was doing the 120kph speed limit and had numerous cars fly past me. We were at the airport quite early for our 1pm flight and our flight was delayed by over an hour so we had a lot of spare time to fill in. Eventually arrived at Edinburgh ...
... in prosciutto and served on fennel
* Cod served on a leek potato, bacon and pea soup
* Scotch Fillet steak, served with mustard cream and fried onions, and
* Lamb rump with fennel and leek
and others that I seem to have forgotten. Or at least meals that were not memorable.
Tonight I had the Cod with bacon, pea and potato and leek broth. it was nice enough, but a bit too rich. I did sample a local warm beer, that was rather too nice, but ...
... When we eventually found the lady running the show we had a lovely walk around the castle and abbey ruins. There wasn't a whole lot to see, but Matt managed to get some nice photographs. - Dunfermline: We had a walk around the streets of Dunfermline and came across a small underground tunnel leading to St Catherine's cave. The airy music made the walk down quite creepy. - Culross: Our early afternoon was spent wandering around Cinross, ...
... and which are switched on with an electrical switch, something which always seems a bit scary to do whilst standing naked in a bathtub. You have a choice: some mild pressure, lukewarm; or fairly warm, trickle. The shower rose is on a hose, so theoretically you could use the trickle to hose off the soap, except that as soon as you drop the hose below the wall-mounted unit, the last of the pressure disappears, sometimes completely. And the soap doesn't come off, ...
... and head for the long stay car park, previously researched by Ian and plugged into the sat nav (not always the best plan). Sat nav behaves itself and we arrive without incident...it's large, empty and free of charge...bonus. The town was established in 1140 and became the ecclesiastical and intellectual capital of Middle Ages Scotland. We set off for Market Street, the central thoroughfare which retains its medieval plan of four parallel main streets. It's a great shame the fair ...