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... of Robert Louis Stevenson and Robbie Burns.
The building housing the museum is an experience in itself. If only we could have had longer there as there is so much one could learn and discover.
Back out in the street it was quite wet and windy but we made our way up to the Castle, competing with droves of other tourists.
The plan was to do the tour but at £16 per head we thought better of it, much to Kathryn's frustration ...
... the novel may be partial, my appreciation is supreme. It's incredibly raunchy, and deals largely in sex, masturbation, excrement and mommy issues, but taken lightly as a simple comedy, or taken earnestly as the development of a (largely accurate, it seems) stereotype, it is in its own way, truly brilliant. I'm coming to admire Philip Roth more and more, and that's not only because—as I was recently informed by a friend of my esteemed brother—he has quit writing and ...
... a panoramic view of the city and is relatively easy to climb - relatively being the operative word, I think.
Sadly, that ended our tour. The bus made its way back to where it began, which was fortuitously was right across from Waverley Station. Pam and I walked across the street, met Bill, Janet, and Michael, collected our luggage (thanking Bill profusely), and began the next part of our journey to Northumbria.
... a bass drummer who should be slightly out of step given the number of drinks he had... ;-)
I've often thought you can tell the difference between a good and a great night by how time passes. From the time we took our seats to the final walk back down the mile was almost 2 1/4 hours but it felt like it had slipped by in about half an hour!! I was completely devo when they announced that we were coming to a close. Fortunately that took ...
... onto the bridge that the true size and magnitude starts to dawn, what an amazing feat of engineering. We were expecting it to be rather cold and windy on the crossing, however we were surprised at how calm the weather conditions were.
Venturing on from the bridge we went through Rosyth and onwards to the Dunfermline environs. Despite what you might perceive, Dunfermline appeared to be a ...
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