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... Lord for conscientious employees. Especially in the medical field, at any level. Still going to Nashville. But tonight (daytime in Nashville) Starla and I had a celebration meal at Ship on the Shore Restaurant in Leith, and closed our adventure here in Scotland. What a perfect ending to our time ...
... Neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes) were good, but boiled haggis was nasty. Fortunately, the first time I tried it (in Inverness) it was fried, and delish! So the way it's prepared makes a big difference. Now I am just chilling in the hotel room while Starla explores more shopping :) Despite the last 24 hours, this has been a fabulous experience. Hope you've enjoyed the pics. A few more left to post, hopefully later ...
The very first time I rode on the 99 bus, which is the frequent one that goes from St Andrews to Leuchars station and to Dundee, I saw a tiny fingerpost saying "Kincaple Den" pointing down an enticing alleyway next to the river in Guardbridge, and I promised myself I would walk there as soon as I got the chance... so here I was, on one of my very last days in Fife, finally setting off to discover what lay at the end of that lovely shady path.
I can't ...
... it’s interesting to know that the three most popular attractions in the country
are all in this city, the castle, the zoo and the bus tours. The largest city
in Scotland, Glasgow, comes in second place followed by Stirling, Aberdeen and
St Andrews. Tourism is a very important part of the culture in Scotland and I
think that the best way to enjoy your visit here is to take your time and just
be amaze by the things you see.
Leuchars Church is exactly as HVM described it though I couldn't get at the inside. I managed to replicate the photograph which he took himself [ISS 4.5] so now I really can say that I'm following in his footsteps,
R.A.F Leuchars is still here too (for the moment). When ...