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In the wee hours of Friday morning, I received an emergency phone call from my Aunt in Kentucky. Dad had been rushed to Baptist Hospital with pneumonia, again. And again, it doesn't look good. After the initial shock, followed by a hearty crying jag, I decided to continue on with the last day (Friday) in Skye. Returned to Edinburgh late last night, and checked in to the quirky Malmaison in the Leith neighborhood. Managed to call ...
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 ...
... attractions, from sports to history to art,
everyone can find something they will like. I had the chance to visit several
places and one of the things that I realized is that it's not because it’s free
or cheap that it’s not worth it. Visiting castles and other impressive
monuments are often expensive because they cost a lot of money to keep in good
condition. My opinion is that once you saw one of them, the others ...
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 ...
... again, pretty badly ruined, pretty good for me to walk around and get photos from all angles... We walked down to the harbour pier and looked across the North Sea to Denmark/Norway? And Mum announced that we had "done" St Andrews - that was all there was to it. Obviously we ...