My wife and I will be heading for the airport in about 1 hour on our way to Edinburgh. OH has been there before, but I have not traveled outside North American before. Pushing 58-you'd think I would have been there by now.
Trying to remember that a biscuit is a scone, and a cookie is a biscuit. And jello is jelly, or is it the other way around? Not renting (oops, hiring) a car, so I don't have to worry about driving on the "wrong" side of the road. A round trip is a return, and a fanny pack is a...oops, bum bag, and a bum is not a homeless person, and fag is a..well, I don't smoke anyway, and Scotch is whiskey, and beer will actually have a taste, and haggis is...maybe I'll try it. I wear slacks, not pants. Well, I do wear pants but they are not my slacks. If I ask for iced tea I'll be deported. Even though my surname is English I hope the Scots won't hold that against me. I'm more Italian than English. That's okay, right? I am American...I hope nobody holds that against me! I'll try to not talk to loudly, and I won't even try to speak like a Scot. I really love Robbie Burns, you know.
OH, and thanks to everybody that has answered my questions here, whether or not they were asked by me. It has been an education.
Trip report when I get back, if I survive.