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looks like a Peugeot.
Edinburgh -- my favorite city.
When I was living in England in 1981 (and drove my sister on a 1-week tour of Scotland), I used to be amused by many signs - e.g. "Toilets via subway" (subway meant a walkway under the road; the mass transit system was "the tube") - but "Have you paid and displayed?" was one of my favorites. Strangely, after all this time the same system has appeared recently in Cambridge MA where I live!
Hi Zatoichicat. First of all, let me tell you that I am not Scottish, but American. I used to live in Scotland, and was just there in November for two weeks. I am posting some of the photos I took there, along with a few words of explanation. I am glad to hear that you like Scotland and everything Scottish. I am sure you would be "in heaven" if you were to pay a visit some day. Thank you for stopping by!
Hello. I just found you... and your puzzles... I love everything Scottish.... I guess, as I told "Free Tibet*" that the only way I'd (we'd) be able to visit your (and his) beautiful country(s), would be to win the lottery. When I was a child, and first heard the bagpipes playing, it changed my life. Everything thereafter was different. Must have been a previous incarnation.. :-))))
Sure you could. You'd pick it up in no time.
Awesome LauraJane. I know me for sure. I wouldn't be able to drive on the opposite side of the road. I'd be all kinds of confused.
You are most welcome, Robyn and Ank. Yes, Ank, I had to pay a fortune on parking that day. I did "Pay and Display," and carefully kept my eye on the time, so I didn't run out and get a ticket. I wasn't there all day, thankfully. I paid for 2 hours over by Princes Street, then 2 hours here by the castle. Then we went home.
A nice photo Laura, I hope you did not forget to pay the parking money. Nowafays they want money for everything.
Terrific pic Laurajane - I like checking out the old buildings. Thanks.
I was not my car, in that I owned it. It was my car, in that I rented it. It was a snappy little metallic blue Peugeot 207 and it went fast and hugged the road nicely. Sweet!
Hi there, Laura's blue car!
Nice one, laura!
Thanks for another great set, Laura! What a time you must have had!
I would, too, lyndee, except I have been driving over there all my adult life.
Nice puzzle Laurajane. I would find it so hard to drive on the opposite side of the street!
I like this photo Laura.
Hi Laurajane. Car is pretty and easy to see too! Nice puzzle, thank you.