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... to find out that the prices on this Brittany ferry were much much lower than on the rip off DFDS ferry. Fish & Chips on this ferry cost us about £6 each and were extremely tasty. However on the DFDS ferry they F&C cost a staggering £15 or so!! Rip off to say the least!!The cruise home was a long one and took about 30 hours or so but was great as it meant we could relax and were not in any hurry to get up next morning to ride somewhere far ...
... temp traffic lights and road closures it seemed to take forever to get out of this city. Finally I find a petrol station and again follow the GPS towards what I hoped was the motorway. The traffic was a total nightmare and was simply crawling all the way.
Finally after about 45minutes of traffic I find myself on the M58 and finally the M6 north.
I have well over 100 miles to travel on this motorway and so simply sit at about 75mph. The road is ...
... world on my Transalp from deserts of South America to the ice covered mountains of the Alps but never been out of Scotland on the Tenere so now was my chance.
Oiled, greased and loaded up and set for the road I left South Queensferry at about 07h30 and headed south towards Kirknewton and the A71.
Just riding the roads up to Kirknewton was rather slippery with patches of ice and I knew if it was like this here there was going to be loads more to come.
... look out over all of Edinburgh from the walls. We also got to see the Scottish royal jewels and the area that Scottish royalty called home. The tour of the castle took up most of our day. After that we looked around the shopping areas on The Royal Mile which contained many souvenir shops as well as stores to buy authentic kilts and Scottish wool scarves, sweaters, and anything else that can be made of wool.
When we went out ...
... to visit and see the various quarters on board, and the hierarchy evident in the sleeping quarters etc! The concert at St Giles cathedral tonight was fantastic- a visiting choir from William Jewell College in Missouri who travel regularly to perform singing and organ music. Dinner at the Mussel and Steak bar in Grassmarket, again on recommendation, was perfect, even if the minute sized mussels and oysters gave us a laugh. We love ...
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