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We arrived home on Monday, after a grueling flight from Edinburgh to Logan:

It's so hard to decide where to start for a flight at 11:00 in the morning-- juice? wine? beer? Champagne? (well, champagne, of course)

Our last night in Scotland was spent at the Rutland Hotel, a very nice, but quirky, hotel. We had a lovely view of the Castle from our room:
And, we had a lovely dinner at a Paris meets Scotland restaurant, Cafe Saint Honore, not far from the hotel.

We landed at Logan just around 1:30 local time, made our way through customs (our quickest experience ever with customs) and then figured out how to get to the bus stop. And, then we took the bus from Boston to Augusta. Margaret picked us up. We arrived at the house just after 8:00. I took the time to put on my jammies and brush my teeth before I fell into bed muttering "I think I'm going to die" and then slept for almost 11 hours.

Among the items we brought home with us, I somehow managed to bring home an ear infection. It's been an unpleasant and painful few days. But, after a visit to the doctor's office yesterday, I'm hoping to start feeling better in the next day or two.

I've spend the last couple of days updating some of the blog posts-- adding bits of information and photos.

Sometime in the next couple of days, I will put together a summary and a few other pieces of information, especially for anyone who stumbles upon this blog looking for information on the Scotland Slowly trip with Adventure Canada or walking the Speyside Way.

For now, Slainte Mhath!

Posted by ORWAT 04:35 Tagged speyside_way scotland_slowly adventure_canada

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