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... chocolate mousse once we boarded the plane.
The plane trip itself was good. We received some breakfast and I slept the rest of the way.
Once we got off and received our bags, we went straight to the hostel, put our bags in a locker and wen adventuring. We saw a lot of the old town, not much of new town. It was pretty but extremely busy to walk around because of the fringe festival. Lunch was in the Black Rose Hotel. Pretty cool standard ...
... was not even being able to get close enough to the huge Edinburgh Castle for a picture from the front. Bleachers and barricades were set up to get ready for their huge military tattoo (marching exhibition) and festival in the summer, so this time we just settled for the mental images and not the photos. Edinburgh is a great city, but on this trip it got lumped in with London and Paris...interesting places to see, but too crowded to hold our ...
... rice. I sat reading and writing on here whilst he cooked. Not being to late turned in for an early night. Monday morning we woke up later than I thought but still early, 7.15. After a couple of coffee's we got the bike off the back, took a photo of ourselves with the bikes and set off on a 4 and half mile ride into York centre. We spent a good couple of hours looking at the cathedral and walking the streets admiring the lop sided shops that we came across, we are sure they would ...
... different. The outside of the palace is notably modern compared to the inside which remains decorated with hardwood paneling and massive medieval tapestries. Since my travel buddy was on a student budget and I had saved for the trip, I toured the grounds alone. The timing couldn't have been better, since the Mary Queen of Scot's (hereafter referred to as Mary) private apartments had recently been opened for viewing. I saw everything, aided by a with a ...
... Margaret, Henry’s sister.
This is a lovely Victorian town on the Firth of Forth…moving out to the North Sea, that used to have an important fishing industry. That has been traded in for holiday makers and the attractions of its 3 golf courses. There is much to be said about the decline of the Scottish fishing industry, indeed probably all of the UK (given that it is an island) has seen a tremendous decline ...