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... and they pulled them out and restored them. We had a nice lunch in the freezing cold near a black watch memorial, which was in a bit of a park and then headed to the St Andrew's Golf Course. We had wanted to try and get there for the walking tour they do of the old course but we didn't make it because of traffic. So instead we went in an had a bit if a look ourselves and then decided to play a bit of put put (it cost us $4 to play). Sim was incredibly happy that he won even if it ...
... Made my way back. Ended up walking down the Mound as I couldn't find a bus that I was confident would take me to where I needed to go. It's downhill in that direction so it wasn't too bad. Caught the bus, and headed out to home. After dinner we sat outside to enjoy the last of today's sunshine, with a glass of wine. Now sitting and watching the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony from ...
... I had gathered.
ventured on the bus to the Royal Botanic Gardens and spent time wandering the 70
acres, enjoying especially the Queen Mother’s Memorial Garden and the quaint wildlife.
a ‘nanna nap’ I went to a concert at St Giles’ Cathedral on the Royal Mile.
Every Sunday at 6pm there is a free (donation encouraged!) concert, featuring
local and overseas musicians. Tonight’s program was by St Marys’ Music ...
... statues feet position represents how the person riding them died and the royal mile isn't actually a mile it's about 102yards longer.There were a few Aussies on the tour, 2 girls from Adelaide and 2 guys from Brisbane, it was good to have a chat to some fellow Aussies and hear about their travels. After the tour we went to "the royal mile" pub for some lunch with a discount because we had done the tour. I stayed safe and had fish, chips and salad and James had the traditional ...
... tour. It turns out that Edinburgh is an anecdotal city. The Deacon Brodie pub and cafe is named after a locksmith who robbed most of Edinburgh's noblemen to fund his drinking habit and then led his own investigation. Jekyll and Hyde is based on this upstanding citizen. We wondered through the graveyard where J. K. Rowling used to push her baby's pram and admired various gravestones with names such as Thomas Riddle, Weasley, McGo****l and Crookshanks. ...