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... gates opened. Well, every other tourist in the city had the same idea, so we arrived in time to get behinds hoards of other tourists. As you approach the castle, you can see a massive stadium build around the entrance to the castle, apparently it wasn't making enough money as it was, so they decided to ruin it with a giant steel structure. What's next, rabies shots for the easter bunny? ...
... their maritime clocks needed to navigate the globe. My favorite part of the castle was the dungeons. How far down do those dark narrow spiraling stairs go? In such silent, cold and dark place with no air movement you feel completely cut off from the outside world. I can imagine that being down there and seeing someone come in with wet clothes and shoes would be the only way you'd ever know that a giant storm was passing over. I couldn't even hear the cannon from ...
... by the Scottish parliament building, a mere 15 years old and and funny looking to boot, the queens gallery and Holyrood palace. The last 7 weeks of little to no exercise and not the best diet in the world combined with just he start of the climb made us see how truly unfit we really are now. After the initial shock we started to enjoy ourselves gazing out on the views Edinburgh had to offer. After climbing to the top of the first cliff, the cliff we thought ...
... brilliantly with the audience. *****
You can't really come to a city like Edinburgh and not do a walking tour. It is so steeped in history. We chose to do a "free" tour with Sandeman's. It was a pretty decent tour, our guide was from Spain, but has spent a few seasons in Edinburgh and loves the city. She was very knowledgeable and engaging. ****
We then had dinner at a place called Mum's, where N had some bangers and mash, and I had my ...
... buzzing around, whisky (yes, I did spell that right!), kilts, and
interesting things to see. There are monuments, cemeteries, and churches
I arrived at the hostel before Laura and Andrew.
I paid for my bed and packed my stuff away.
If you have never stayed in a hostel, allow me
to elaborate. Hostels are basically college dorms with rooms housing more than
two students. The room I booked for Andrew, Laura, ...