Kincaid House Hotel
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... lovely to see the castle again. There isn’t much to the inside of the castle except the Scottish crown jewels exhibit. It’s more like a fortress of stone walls with a cobblestone pathway on a steady incline as it wraps around like a nautilus to the very top, where there are gorgeous panoramic views of the city and you could see all the hikers on Arthur’s Seat across the valley. Edinburgh is a very hilly city and ...
... the aisle. "Do you mind if I join you? The view's better from this side." Of course we didn't mind, but it was odd as she could have sat in exactly the same position in the next set of four on the "pretty view" side (port out, starboard home, as the train line runs along next to the coast.) Afterwards we decided that she had probably deliberately joined us to avoid being hit on by a weirdo as the train filled up along the way; she was a third year history student, who came ...
... on through business class and Rod goes no no and the lady at the desk goes that's ok! We go on through to the gate and we are let through and Leonie an Glenn are delayed and so we became quite concerned! We met a security man and asked him to find out. Meanwhile a Scottish couple descend the escalators and said "your two Australian friends have been detained" meanwhile we get called back and have to climb a huge flight of stairs! Then get told ...
... just after 11 with Burger King in hand and got home just before 1am after a taxi ride from Glasgow central.
Straight to bed for us as we are on the 8.20 bus to London in the morning!
Thank you to Megan, Kevin, Robert and Lawrence for making our last stop in Scotland a very enjoyable one - we will miss this place, especially the people a lot.
Brendan and Lauren xxx
Sorry **** photos for this entry, more to come off Megan's camera!!!
... it was Cold. COLD I say, FREEZING even. We felt sleet hitting our face! It hurt!
Whitby is so cool though, we saw Captain Cooks old flat, a market place that dates back to the 1600's and then climbed the hill to see the 15th century abbey ruins. So neat to be able to touch something that old.
We got back to the car just as it started teaming with rain again so decided it was time to leave for Glasgow.
It's a long weekend here so we hit a bit of traffic in places ...