Elgin Terrace B&B
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... Drove up through the Loire valley - beautiful countryside . Would love to go back to France again and also explore Northwest Spain - San Sebastian, Bilbao etc.
Arrived back into Edinburgh absolutely knackered ! Stayed the night at the Edinburgh caravan club with was lovely. ...
We made it we are finally in Scotland.
Tommy and Uncle Matt met us at the airport and Lizzy had put a special welcome sign on the door.
It is so great to see them all after so long. We spent the afternoon exploring their fantastic house. There are so many stairs to climb but we had so much fun.
After a quick snack we went off to explore the city.
Lucy was nearly beside herself when she learnt we had to walk! But we got to ...
... city tour and are taken to the Edinburgh castle. Unfortunately a busted water pipe leaves four post codes (10 000 people) out of water and the castle is closed. We are given the whole day to roam on our own and we find ourselves in a pretty big group running our own self guided tour. The first on the list was to visit the cemetery in which JK Rowling received inspiration for some of the characters in Harry Potter. We split up to find Tom Riddle's (Voldemort) tombstone however ...
(To be read with a strong Scottish accent) Celebrating Hogmanay (New Years) in Scotland was my first time travelling by myself. I have to admit, on the first night before my tour had started, I was feeling very lonely sitting in the hostel by myself after exploring as much of Edinburgh as I can before darkness, wind and rain drove me back inside. But once the meet and greet started for the tour that night, I felt more at ease. We went on a pub ...
... Bruce to be the traitor of Wallace, however in actual fact it was someone else. We jumped back on the bus and after a quick photo stop with Hamish the highland cow and his two mates, as well as a nice Loch (it was more of a cigarette stop for Alan than a photo stop), we pushed on to the "Glunturret Distillery", which is home to "The Famous Grouse Experience". Unfortunately as is with most Busabout organised tours, the actual "Whisky" part of the "Whisky Explorer" tour was ...