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Perth And Edinburgh

The next morning we checked out around 11am... Aaron did some "homework" the night before, asking us ladies again where our next "homeless" destination would be? Same answer from us, "We Go where you lead us...."

And soon after packing up, we became nomads again.... thank goodness for the GPS.. now missing the words "recalculating" when we took a wrong turn.. another 200 meters, turn left, turn right... etc etc...." till one time Aaron switched it off cos Her Voice was distracting him... hahahaa...ladies!
 
Bye Pitlochry!
 
Hello Perth! 
After an hour or so....
took this picture because of the traffic lights ...
now I wonder why I did that...
we were just Passers-by... 
not stopping to stay a night...
After driving round a bit in Perth,
 we told the driver to continue on the journey..
mama needed to see her "new home"
and after an hour or so...we reached the outskirts of Edinburgh!
and we found ourselves a "home" again...
Queens Guest House in the centre of town!
He ran in to check out the rooms 
and came up with a Thumbs UP!
Really appreciate Aaron to do it all... 
A very nice comfortable room again!
Two double beds and one single, just nice for the 3 of us!
Ok, one night 90 pounds here...


 A Take 5 here....
(Must let the driver) stretch his legs, right?
and next.... 
Edinburgh outing!

Comments

  1. Hotels in Edinburgh are very expensive but you managed to find a very affordable room and nice too! I've been to Edinburgh 3 times and find it very nice. Can't wait to see your photos.

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  2. The room looks cool! I like the design~

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  3. Aaron is awesome, he is a world traveler. /and he got you a really good room!!! Can't wait to see Edinburgh!

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  4. What a cozy room. Cannot wait to read your next post.

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  5. Love that brick building in Perth. Again, the streets are all quite deserted. Hardly anybody. Pain, what pain?

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  6. Like the buildings. Is it for the rest of the day the street is quiet and deserted.?

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  8. he sure tours you a lot there huh! and that sure looks a very comfy room

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  9. wow u guys sure tour a lot... but the outskirts look so desserted... lol

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