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... and wanted to know if I had visited the area where it was filmed etc), I gathered my things and walked to the bus stop. I caught a bus to the city and then a ticket on one of the hop-on-off buses which would take me to my two chosen venues.
The first stop was Britannia, which you must walk through a shopping centre to get to.. very clever!!
I had heard Britannia was good to visit but didn't think it would be as ...
... on. After ten minutes I was sent to ask the car park man. He also had problem but suddenly found correct spot for key we were off. No hand brake -where do you find this. All sorted and off we go to York with only a couple of bad directions from the back seat. The engine stops when foot on brake - a new learning curve for Mel!
A good trip down via another open air car park - road works. Accommodation is nice hotel right beside city wall. ...
... nothing like the Aussie ones)and then spent a couple of hours at the National Portrait gallery. Great building, great portraits AND a fantastic Annie Lennox exhibition.
After a power nap, we all headed out to a fantastic restaurant overlooking the Firth of Forth, between the 'modern' road bridge and the nearly 125 year old cantilever rail bridge. More great food and great company.
We woke Sunday to a ...
... and rainy that we had to turn back before we were able to reach the top.
We went to almost every tour in town, and the one that enjoyed the most was the one in Mary King's Close, I even bought a book about it.
To conclude, it is a great city. I would recommend it to everybody. Probably the best trip that I made so far here in the UK.
... tomorrow, I am just ...