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We have finally made it to Edinburgh. I have been waiting for this for a few years now. Everyone has a 'bucket list'(things they want to do before they die), well one of mine is to see the Tattoo in Edinburgh Castle. For those who don't know what this is, go check out You Tube. So here we are in Edinburgh and the first thing I have to do is pick up …
But the ones we did go to was the animal area and the space area. I liked this one the best, there was also a roof terrace and a lot of different types of things.
And in all of the areas there were interactive games/ learning activities.
Here is one from the kids area - you had to make a fish and try to make it blend into the coral
before the shark comes and eats the fish. See a little bit of learning. ...
... of the initiation of World War I, there were memorials to the vast amount Scots lost – books on books of names of the dead. Disturbing to the point of tears by sheer volume of random names, alone.
Many beers ensued, afterwards – Nicholson’s Freehouse, Drouthy Neebors, Cask and Barrel Southside, The Old Bell, etc., etc. The Glenalmond House had a warm, dry bed after a day of imbibing. ...
... one of the foremost attractions for visitors to the Scottish capital, drawn to it as much for its associations with Scotland’s past as for the role it plays today as The Queen’s official residence in Edinburgh.
Another highlight on the palace grounds is the Abbey. The original Abbey is said by tradition to have been founded by King David I in 1128. When hunting in this district, a stag is said to have charged him causing him to fall from his horse. With ...
... the Royals took with them on their voyages. In later years, they discontinued that practice.
By golly, those Royals travelled in style and in our opinion this vessel could operate just as effectively today as it did for all the previous decades.
This was a terrific tour and well worth the time and effort. It would have to be a "must see" for anyone visiting Scotland.
We then enjoyed lunch at the Ocean View Restaurant, one of the numerous ...