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... sun was shining with clear blue skies which changed quickly a number of times throughout the day. To light rain and at one stage, to a sudden hail storm, that we were caught outside in but which quickly passed,and then blue skies returned again.
After our tour we explored the museum and then more of the city as well as finding time to do a geocache which took us to a beautiful park the runs along Princess Street where we ...
... Hit the sack early as we have a 6.00am start tomorrow.
Day 2 - Saturday 9th February 2008
Bright and early start this morning, 6.00am (yuk!) Excited thought about the day ahead. Made our way to Waverly Bus Station and it was mad being in Edinburgh at that time of the morning. Not a sinner on the road and reminded me of a time when Dublin used to be like that. Dublin always has loads of people on the streets now at all times of ...
... inheritance. He is known for the Waverley novels including Ivanhoe and Rob Roy. The evening is great fun and a unique introduction to the Royal Mile.
The Royal Yacht Brittania
Her Majesty’s Yacht Brittania is a Rick Steves 3-star sight and a tour ...
... tour. Our ghost tour guide told us many scary and disgusting stories about people who lived in the 1700s and 1800s. These stories didn't really scare me because I don't believe in ghosts (except the Holy Ghost), but the stories did scare me when we walked into these underground rooms. While the ghost tour guide was telling us a story, a man scared us by opening a door and popping out and yelling at us. Everyone screamed and I was scared from then on. ...
... historical stuff. We had a very informative guide who explained the long history of the site – from pre-Roman times through today, as it’s still officially a military installation.
The Tattoo did not disappoint. The show was at 10:30 at night, with the Edinburgh Castle lit up in the background. Near the end was a solo by “The Lone Bagpiper” on the Castle ...