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... top and had a great view of the entire parade ground.
After everyone had filed in and the clock struck 9pm, the show began.
The theme of this year's Tattoo was Returning Home. Each of the acts was from a country that had been colonised or conquered by the British and that had known the sound of thee bagpipes. There were many impressive performances, but the stand-outs were The Massed Pipes and Drums (250 of the world's finest pipers and drummers), the Singapore ...
... Margaret's Chapel, the oldest building in Edinburgh at over 900 years old.
It is the sheer architectural magnificence that pleases us the most. You have to see it to believe it.
It is oh so busy. Noel reckons every tourist in the world is here today but it is the peak tourist season after all. We spent about 2.5 hours walking around the Castle and decided it was time to move onto to what is known as the Royal Mile.
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... It memorializes many famous Scots including George Buchanan, advisor to Mary Queen of Scots, and James Hutton, the father of modern geology.
But, perhaps the most famous inhabitant of the graveyard at Greyfriars is Greyfriars Bobby, a loyal terrier. Bobby was the partner of ...
... are handing out pamphlets advertising their own show and with the sounds of the festival we walk the almost mile up towards the castle. What a great atmosphere!!
The following day, while Anna was at work, Bo and I caught the bus into town and he was able to experience the street performers and have a look around the old city a bit. That night we went to Ian and Anna's for a lovely dinner.
The next day we go into Edinburgh and have a guided tour ...