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... through narrow, squinty, cobbled streets lined with buildings that were built before Cook found Australia.
We got most of the phone issues sorted out yesterday and while we are away our contact number is 0750 232 6692 (no it's not too many numbers). Still have to sort out internet access for the phone, but we have it on the tablet anyway. If we can get internet on the phone, the blog photo files won't be so big ...
... and fauna development. Scotland was once on the equator, then north, and used to be separated from England. It then crashed into England and created the borders hills. Presently, Scotland is rising and England is sinking. The majority of these pictures were dated 5000-1000 B.C. The Viking exhibit was there from Sweden too. ...
... Instead we took in the panorama and imagined the spectacle of the Tattoo with signs of preparation underway. Then we wound our way back down, passing an Edinburgh University College on the way and seeing an SA flag displayed in a window!
At the bottom, we spotted the Scottish National Gallery across the road and decided to take a look. It proved an amazingly worthwhile experience but it was only about ½ an hour before closing time which was nowhere near ...
... tour started at 9.45am and seeing it was almost that , we took the tour. Very informative and gives you a good indication of what it is all about. After the tour you can just walk around at your own pace and look at all the items that have been pointed out to you. Really raining heavy by now, so we spend a fair amount of time inside the various museums in order to keep dry. Also visited the vault which contains the Scottish Crown Jewels. At ...
Tuesday 13/3: Edinburgh Castle + Whisky Tour + The Witchery for dinner
The day looked less ominous and much less windy this morning so we braved the elements and set out for an early walk around the historic old town cobbled streets.
We then headed up to Edinburgh Castle near to the 10am opening time and spent about 2 hrs wandering around this ancient place. St Margaret's Chapel is considered to be the ...