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... of building a new one, something which causes debate still today, as many see the Yacht as playing a vital role in British foreign policy.
We then ventured into town making our way along the Royal Mile from Holyrood Castle to Edinburgh Castle and joining a walking tour of the old town of Edinburgh. Our tour guide Sabella was originally from Spain but moved to Edinburgh about 5 years ago and spoke fluent english. Sabella was ...
... 17th century. This was because the very poor literally lived in the circular stairwells of the back tenements (and used the “stairway” as their mailing address).
St. Giles Cathedral
Walking further down the Royal Mile we stop in at St. ...
... 10.30am bus to show on the board at 10.28am Zarah had a light bulb moment….there are 2 levels to the station, we were on the bottom, but yesterday we arrived on the top level. Speedy Gonzalis we shot to the top level and thankfully found people waiting for the same bus….we were safe J Edinburgh has been my favourite place thus far.
We felt like we had already had a full days worth of activity by 10.30am but it was hard to sleep on the ...
... of us. As we bought numerous tickets and sorted out our rail passes at Narita airport, I was already struck by how friendly and helpful Japanese people are, asking us about our trip and speaking very good English. Although I'd mastered numbers 1-10 thanks to an in-flight language course, my conversational Japanese only really stretches to Konichiwa and Oregato (or is ...
... and have 3 more events to take in before I call it quits for me at the 2013 Edinburgh Festival.
However, no Festival is complete without the Military Tattoo and it did not fail to please. Of course, you have to love the pipes and bands and I’m a real sucker for that stuff. I went with my niece Heather and we had a great time.
Although I still enjoy exploring Edinburgh and have pretty well mastered ...