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... t tried using them in England yet, but I have heard they aren't that well accepted!
Among my list of firsts I also tried Black Pudding. It was actually an entree which had a round of Haggis then a round of Black Pudding (or was it the other way around???) with Drambuie Cream Sauce. Yum yum yum. Like both I've decided. May have to include them as a staple in my diet... which brings me to my next point...
I am heading back to Edinburgh on Monday ...
... Gretna Green, a village made famous for runaway weddings of minors (boys could marry at 14 and girls at 12). There were two weddings taking place there, so our stop was constricted to the courtyard as well as the several gift shops. A Scottish bagpipe player was on site, and it was a treat to be able to listen to an instrument, that you don’t normally have the chance to hear. Like many other people, I am fortunate enough to claim some Scottish blood or ...
... fireplace...so 'they would not melt and loose face'.
We drove through the Scottish countryside which was beautiful - rolling green hills, sheep, cattle, estate homes....we even passed by a couple of 'bowling clubs' in several of the little towns. The country is very green and lush due to their abundance of rain. They call single story, single family, detached homes 'bungalows', a term ...
... nice it was. Although only small in size it had three levels and I imagine would have been quite comfortable.
After some issues with the sat nav we took the scenic route back to the Hotel before we cleaned ourselves up and set off to cousin Elizabeth's for dinner. Another wonderful night with all the relatives back together. More great food, more stories, more laughs and great memories. And I have to thank my cousin for ...
... and pubs open in the evening. Not in Glasgow. There wasn't another soul in sight. We followed a walking tour suggested in my guidebook, and though we got to some slightly more populated places, we didn't see too much of great interest. We also walked fown near the River Clyde, but the riverfront doesn't appear to have been developed very well, and is not really very pretty.
Anyways, yesterday we went to the Kelvingrove Museum downtown and it was actually a pretty ...
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