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So got to Edinburgh in the afternoon on Tuesday, and it was a fairly nice day for the first bit, so we did a bit of walking around. We stopped at a proper tea house for lunch, and it was so good... chocolate and raspberry cheesecake. Need I say more? Of course about two minutes after sitting down, it started pouring down, and so we decided to stay close to the hotel. To stay dry we went to a cathedral called St Marys that was absolutely stunning. ...
... that, in the dark, decided to cab it for 8 pounds. Teviotdale House is super cute. The neighborhood bars were no longer serving food, so we went to this pizza/fries/haggis/kebab place and ate our pizza standing up. Hey,..whatever works! Then we had a glass of wine at Leslie's Bar, a lovely old bar built in the 1890s.
Lots in store today, so I better get moving! More pics to come.
... never restored, but the Choir was repaired in 1691, 1762, 1815, 1908, and 1975. We then took a short drive to the Hermitage and did the walk to the waterfall and back. We headed north to Pitlochry and ate lunch at MacDonald's Restaurant and Guesthouse, not the Golden Arches MacDonalds. We ordered appies and drinks and found it very merger fare. We checked out the Pitlochry dam and the Edradour Distillery, as well as looking in a ...
... dog- Greyfriars Bobby, who was a Skye terrier who maintained vigil over the grave of his master for over ten years!
I then visited the National Museum of Scotland, located conveniently nearby. After spending about two hours going through the first floor (prehistoric) and second floor (kingdom of scots), I decided that enough was enough and rather than spending my whole day here- I was weary by this time- I would go on a ...
... starts coming down... We collected our mighty Mitsubishi Colt and bolted out of the car park, heading for the A90 confident we had everything organised and set for our trip to Aberdeen approx 2 1/2 hrs further north. As we arrived at the first turn a strange voice came from the Garmin, Emily had been replaced by Adolf and was giving us directions in German, geez...... A quick search through the menu as we rounded the roundabout for the second time, and ...