Elgin Terrace B&B
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... some in ruins, some you can tour through. We arrived at our B&B early and had to wait an hour for hosts to arrive. After we had checked in we headed into the city on the local bus. We did a hop-on hop-off tour to get a feel for the city then had dinner and returned to our B&B about 8:30pm.
Friday 8/5 - Our B&B is right on a busy road into the city so traffic noise throughout the night made sleep difficult. Our room has double ...
... 22 bus back to Ocean Drive for 1 pound 50 each. Double decker bus so we of course had to sit up the top! Got off at the Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre & had tomato/basil soup & brown bread. Delicious! Walked to Teuchters Landing to taste some whisky! Tried 2 different ones. Julie not too keen but Shirl quite fancied the whisky! Maybe further practice is required. Dinner at Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre at Frank & Benny's American Italian restaurant. Photos to follow! ...
... It was super cool and massive. But that was enough for us that day as we had a big day coming up.
A day tour with Hairy Coo. Pretty fun day. We visited and toured a distillery, said hello to Nessy, and stopped to feed Hamish the Hairy Coo. We saw some pretty forests, castles and monuments on the way as well. A lovely day with a very friendly and knowledgable guide. *****
Our last day in Edinburgh saw us heading out before lunch... I KNOW... ...
... set out on about 80 acres is somewhat hilly terrain, providing marvellous views of Edinburgh. It is also heavily involved in animal conservation and undertakes extensive breeding of some endangered species.
After a 2.5 hour tour of the Zoo, we're were knackered, having walked probably 12 kilometres throughout the day. We catch a cab and head back to our apartment.
We now have to prepare ourselves to move on tomorrow to Glasgow, our last day in ...
We've took another trip and decided to go up north to Scotland! I'm finally getting around to writing this because I really really enjoyed myself in Scotland and did so much I didn't feel like writing anything while I was there.
When we first got there, I must say, Scotland lived up to every stereotype I've ever had; within the first five minutes we saw a man wearing a kilt and heard the sound of bagpipes.
The first night we ...