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... the bus at an early 7:30am so we can cover a lot of ground. We will stop for a visit and lunch near Durham at the Beamish Museum - it has recreated 'villages' from the Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian periods. Then we will push on a bit more for York where we will visit its famous cathedral, known as the Minster, and dinner, and finally on to Harrogate where we will spend one night before finally heading to London!
Waking up in our tent by the river, we packed up and headed back to the car. Then it was our drive through the rest of the Cairngorms and then further south and over to the East coast to get to St Andrews. The sun was again shining, so we enjoyed a wander around the pretty town.
It's all quite posh and toffy with lots of well-to-do students, but some beautiful old looking streets and buildings. We checked out the ruins of the Cathedral which ...
Another day and another history lesson, this time we headed to Edinburgh Castle. It was a very cold day again with the sight of snow on the mountains and ice on the road and a icy wind blowing but that isn't enough to put us off so off went for a quick walk to the bus. We arrived on the Royal Mile and headed up towards the castle, beautiful views of snow on the mountains which explained where the ...
... a cab back to my lodging. BUT, at least I can sleep in until eleven. My Air BNB hosts keep very much to themselves, and are very quiet.
My First show is the entertaining Parlor Tricks by the Time Traveling Magicians; Mr Morgan & Mr West
Very clever and very talented magicians and funny performers. They have time traveled from our past to their future, but ...
... idea of mine!!) Still plenty more to see and do here in Edinburgh.
Sent Joe off for a beer with the locals while I write this up.
Birthday dinner at The Witchery, literally 2 mins walk to the castle, could not have got any closer. It was very fine dining and we met an elderly lady celebrating her 80th birthday and she told Joe because it was her bithday she needed a kiss on the cheek. She then told Joe he doesn't do it by half she needed a kiss ...
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