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... Castle I decided on a one year membership for 49 pounds, expecting
that it wouldn’t take me long before my investment was paid off.
I managed to his a few more of their sites on my first day
out of Edinburgh in West Lothian County, arguably the historic heart of the
Lowlands. Lothian is the historic county around Edinburgh, but nowadays for
administrative purposes the county is divided up into East, West, and
Midlothian. The flat ...
Our next destination was busy Edinburgh, so we made the most of our quiet lakeside wild camping spot on this morning. So whilst in Edinburgh we spent our day doing these activities: - Edinburgh Castle (of course): This place is huge! We saved more money by getting into this attraction with our cards, they have already paid themselves off. Off we went through the numerous rooms of the castle along with our audio guides. We spent most of the day here. - An old house? ...
... hours it was hefty but I suppose no different than a day of parking in Toronto.
We started out walking through the Princes Street Botanical Garden which sits at the base of the Edinburgh Castle. As we preferred seeing castle ruins, we decided to not actually go into the castle to explore but rather just look at it from the outside. We then sauntered over to the Hard Rock Cafe, which is just north of Princes Street on George Street. There was a ...
... spiral stairs up for a nice view about 20 feet above the crowd. You could get a better birds-eye view of the Royal Mile below, and at the same time people watch to the unsuspecting tourists below.
Further down, was a small sign signifying Lady Stairs Close. Within the courtyard was a small Writers’ Museum, filled with information and memorabilia related to Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), Robert Burns (1759-1796), and Robert Louis Stevenson ...
... and ride down the road to their days work. No body in the way for me to see them and it was just amazing seeing such big horses making their way to work so to speak, and the uniforms etc. Not where most people see them but it was so cool. Neat having my own tour guide who knows little secrets about London the most tourists would never find. From there we walked to Harrods. Ok what a building great from the outside. The best food hall I think I ...