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... we did while we were there, but it also amazing because of t the group I was with to become even better friends. I couldn't imagine taking on Edinburgh with anyone else. With the walking tours, hike up Arthur's Seat, coffee shop hangouts, a pub crawl, and just general adventure, I left Edinburgh feeling like I conquered the world. I hope to go back again while I am here to explore it even further and dive deeper into it's rich ...
Well I'm on holidays again for about 13 days - before the mad, retail, Christmas rush!
I worked at the shop yesterday and am again next Saturday and I'm also working at work for the Tuesdays and Wednesdays I'm on holidays overtime. Hope that makes sense?
Anyway - I digress... Two missions completed today:
ONE: Found the path along the Water of Leith heading South. About time! I think that's taken about 12 months! Not that I've looked too hard mind you but ...
... and onwards I go. I do not like flying, this entire trip I have tried to avoid planes, sitting waiting for my gate to come onto the screen I am thinking how I should back out, not get onto the plane. The gate came up, and I headed towards to board, I'd got the window seat, the worst seat to have, the rain started to come down, all I could think how was, how some poor stranger is going to have me next to them crying and panicking no doubt, looking out the window it was foggy, ...
As I start to write this blog post, I realized we haven't been up to anything too much since we last wrote. We've been in Scotland for 2 weeks now and have had a fabulous, busy time driving to all the cities and exploring. When we reached Edinburgh we wanted/needed to stay for a few nights just to wind down and try to stay in one place for a longer period of time! We picked a hotel that was in the more ...
... the floor to be used as paving stones and the words were being worn away and eventually no-one would know who they were.
From there caught a bus back into town and went to the National Gallery of Scotland. They had some fabulous paintings. Some Van Goghs and Renoirs that I hadn't seen before. They are supposed to have one of the best collections outside of London. Took quite a few photos. It was a ...