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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... daunting to these tryers. The Golf Museum held our interest for a good hour with all the old memorabilia and stories. We didn't know that the first golf ball was filled with feathers!
We have had a few different views of the Firth of Forth. There are 4 bridges crossing near Edinburgh with the oldest railway bridge being the most impressive. Built in the 1800's it is an amazing red painted steel structure that dominates the landscape from many approaches. A ...
... and villages generally have a very low crime rate, and how thankful we should be, that only petty crimes such as these, while of course wrong and troublesome, are generally committed. (Well, I'll admit the Scots tend to be heavy drinkers, and these towns have their share of drunks, but I didn't venture out anywhere by myself after dark) Anyway, I didn't take a photo after all of the sign, because it might somehow incriminate me if the homeowner saw me ...
... local" supermarket about 10mins walk from the Airbnb unit I stayed at for the earlier part of the week. So should last me a while until I find the next lot!
So I’m here for the next three months at least. Of course I’m not writing the address in this blog in case there’s any weirdos out there! But would love some visitors. I even have my own car spot! So let me know. Just buy some groceries for me and your stay and maybe a night out to ...
Today we flew to Edinburgh where we will stay for two nights our accommodation was nice we had a room overlooking the street not far from the centre of town. I went to the hairdressers where my hairdresser Sarah here in Perth did her apprenticeship at and the girl that did my hair had worked with Sarah it sure is a small world. We went into town and had a really nice dinner and a few beers in a cosy Edinburgh pub before heading off to the Military Tattoo we were so ...
... just fine. She was putting it in upside down. We all had a bit of a laugh and she was a little redfaced but she took it like a trooper. The train was fun but nothing spectacular as it was basically a commuter train.
We had our usual confusion when we got out of the station, where are we, what street are we on, which way do we go but the kids were given the job of figuring it out and they did a right proper job. We headed off in the right direction ...