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... 2 ½ hours there and we did but you could easily spend up to 4 hours because of all the museums which are situated within the confines of the castle. When then carried on and stopped for a bite to eat before making our way back down the royal mile to see the other part of it and eventually made it to Holyrood Palace. This pretty well took up the rest of our day and since the palace is a bit pricing we opted not to view that one as our time was ...
... highway and made for Edinburgh. The scenery along the way was gorgeous, and it has been interesting to see the changes in geography the further north we go. Tonight we walked parallel to the Royal Mile and got our first glimpses of Old Town Edinburgh and Edinburgh Castle.
Tomorrow we will spend the day in Edinburgh and finish with a ceilidh (kay-lee) dinner and dance lesson.
... road in Old Town Edinburgh. The whole thing starts at the Queen's official residence in Scotland and runs up a long hill to the historic Edinburgh Castle. Our flat is a little further down the hill from the Queen's palace, so we got a nice walk up the hill this morning.
Here's the problem with Edinburgh: it's f*cking cold. Like insides freezing, people walking around in ...
Well I was on a mission today to find the Lego shop, I had very strict instructions on what I needed to buy by my eldest son.
So an early morning wake up, quick walk to the bus then off to the train station where we met Tina, on to the train and off went to Glasgow. (About the same distance as it is from George Town to Launceston)
Off the train and now to do some ...
... boy am I looking forward to doing some washing.
The things I wont miss: smokers, everywhere! And that nasty grappa...
But more importantly, what I loved and will miss: the greek salads, beautiful wines, amazing boat crew, new friends, the strength in the way these people have rebuilt their lives after war, swimming in the Med and the sunshine! My favourite place yet ...