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... that might make you believe that you were in the 21st century. This is the perfect day to visit a castle in the capital of Scotland. The history is great. They have a display here of the flag that one the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards took from Napoleon at the battle at Waterloo on June 18, 1815. From the castle they sound a cannon 6 days a week (not Sunday) at 1:00pm. The tradition began in 1861 to provide ships in the area with an audible time signal. This helped ...
Up to now the weather has been beautiful apart from a few mornings being a little foggy! Today Scotland turned on its usual weather I would suggest! Low cloud & constant drizzle! A top day for visiting the Castle! Brekkie at about 8.30am. Decided to take the car back to Waverley Bridge as we were going to the Castle & would not need it. Well, that was fun. Apart from a few minor diversions, we got the car to the Europcar drop off point at Waverley Station. Walked up ...
... other cheek! She was just gorgeous!!
Totally enjoyed the Tattoo lots of cultures, even NZ Kapahaka group!! Lighting effects were amazing. We all held candles to represent the start of WW2 just before 11pm. The whole stadium lit by candle light, amazing effects with the castle lit as well. Happened to be seated behind some Aussies so a bit of banter between us. A great nights entertainment, then a walk back to our B&B.
Another day over!
... vision although a lot of the original castle has been destroyed, built and re built over the centuries by various rulers and is now home to the Scottish and British Defense Forces and museums including one of Scotland’s war museums. However the remains of the original castle and its surrounding walls still has old cathedrals, dungeons, jails, canons and the hall where the Scottish Crown Jewels are kept. After we left ...
... within the exit poles. On one side is William Wallace and the other the King.
I've only scratched the surface in what you can see here. Being here 2 days wasn't enough to see everything. It is definitely one place I want to see more of and plan a return trip. Considering my Joshua didn't come with me, it's an excuse to return to show him the amazing city that Edinburgh truly is.
Tomorrow i'm off to St Andrew Golf town on the way to the highlands.