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... birthday! For Mums birthday we went Edinburgh castle.
It was massive. It was more like a house block. Because it has been repaired a lot.
We were there for 4 hours. I think. At 1 o'clock there was a cannon fired.
It gave the crowd a fright. I jumped I was so scared. And I think I might of peed my pants a little. That does not mean I did. And lucky there was a toilet near by.
... porridge and haggis! However for the most part we mostly had similar versions of the "full Scottish Breakfast" (eggs, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, etc) for the full 2 weeks. Non eggy options were limited.
We had spectacular sunny warm weather in Edinburgh and spent a lot of time walking around the city. We visited Edinburgh Castle, walked the Royal Mile and around the Old Town, strolled around the New Town with its lovely Georgian Houses and ...
... to a variety of major royal events. Following the Reformation, the abbey was suppressed and its monastic buildings deserted. All but the nave was spared when the church came to be destroyed, since this served as the parish church of the Canongate Burgh. The last significant historical event to take place here was the Scottish coronation of Charles I in 1633. In 1768 the roof of the building collapsed bringing down much of the structure with it.
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... the best were probably the Meerkats (smaller than we thought they would be), the numerous primates from Africa in the Living Links Centre, Sun bears and the list goes on. There were lots of penguins and numerous other obscure creatures that one could only describe as extraordinarily ugly. There was a enormous rhino, a couple of Pygmy hippos and a Bengal tiger. Due to time and fatigue factors we did not wait for the giant Panda exhibition.
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... we discovered an accolade that claimed The Regent was voted Edinburgh's best gay real ale pub. JD and I then began noticing a Scottish pride jar on the counter and realized the menu was in a type of rainbow. It also became clear that it was entirely men in two's enjoying lunch here. Another realization I discovered after looking closer at the menu was the "Ol' Rosie" was 7.8% alcohol. It was no wonder I ...