Elgin Terrace B&B
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... the idea for the Times Square Ball Drop from the castle! After all, Auld Lang Syne is a Scottish song! Next we went to see the west view from the castle and then to the Military Museum. By this time I was on information overload, I think we all were.
We left the castle with two errands in mind: to get t-shirts from Brew Dog and Worlds End Pub. We stopped and visited several shops. Erin bought shortbread cookies to share at work. ...
... and how sheltered I have been growing up (and how incredibly lucky I am to have the life I do). I am also still pretty shaken up about the Charleston shooting and can hardly think about it without crying. So it would maybe be fun to go out to eat at a Scottish pub but I think I would mostly just be sad about being alone so I think I am going to cook at the apartment instead. Also I bought Slaughterhouse 5 today, which I have really been wanting to read so I ...
... like I could navigate through the city without a map by the afternoon on my first day. Once the tour ended, I grabbed a quick bite to eat and headed to the hostel. I was given my room keys and just looked around the place. It’s an old building from the 19th century with a quirky character. They have two kitchens, a main dining hall and lounge, computer room, study room, movie theater, and a music room (equipped with guitars and a piano to play at your leisure and ...
... through the 5 different loch levels just so they could go between the Loch and the river. Dad Davidson we believe could have stayed there watching them all day! We got back to camp at 6:30 and did a quick shower and change and headed up to Tulloch Castle. This used to be Clan Davidson's Castle back in the day I had found it when I was looking for some Clan stuff to find while Dad Davidson was over. It is currently a hotel and has it's own restaurant so we had booked in to have ...
... and see all the Scots.
We left Durham county just after 4pm for the 150 minute drive north to Edinburgh, we are staying at Holiday Inn Picardy Place.
Arrived in Edinburgh close to 7pm and the weather was magnificent, Edinburgh is so beautiful when the sun is shining.
Nipped next door to Guiliano's Italian restaurant for dinner. Pizzas were good but the service stinks....too bad.