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Romanes & Paterson shop and tea room, Princes Street, Edinburgh, January 2022


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 6 February 2022

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday and Becky’s Square Odds

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  1. I so enjoy traveling vicariously through you. I would love to see Edinburgh. When you were in Porto, my step-daughter and step-son and family were there, also, and we wanted to visit but chose in our 70s to stay home for now. I loved the photos from there, so it is on our agenda for the future. I just believe we will travel again.

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    • I things will be much better this year. And I think Portugal has handled the pandemic very well. The people are very considerate and masks are well used. I’m a big fan of Porto and Lisbon – this spring could be the time to do it. Summer too hot and autumn might see start of higher infection rates again. But until you travel, I hope you continue to enjoy my photos. 😀

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