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... beside the Palace that over looks the city - you could see plenty of snow on the high country surrounding the city but we didn't venture up there. (Half way up we could see the British Prime Minister and his entourage arriving at parliament house.) After the walk - we went to a place called the Edinburgh Dungeons which was an underground tour or show where you walk through a maze of corridoors and rooms and dressed up actors/characters told us ...
... during our separate hen and buck parties and got "married" today in the famous Blacksmith's shop. They had some Scotch there, so also had a small sip of the hair of the dog ;) It was actually kind of tasty so watch out Dad!
Back in England, we made our way to Hadrian's Wall, a former Roman fortress. It was the farthest North that they made it, and set up this huge fortress right next to the Scottish border. The ruins were interesting to see ...
... that their whisky they had was delicious. Heather, our tour guide, was proud of us for trying haggis, which we had yesterday for dinner. Again, if I told you what it is, it would ruin it... so just look it up. Yesterday was actually the last full day in Scotland, because today we are leaving to fly to London. In three days we will be home! In London on the last full ...
... malt scotch and a bunch of flowers as an apology. How lovely.
We'll take the scotch home to share with Paddy the whisky drinker. Terry will have to throw some clothes out to fit it in his bag.
Otherwise, it was a quiet, relaxing day.
... on the sea to stretch the legs. The noise of the sea was amazing. The sound of the receding water on the stones and the crashing waves on the wall. I took my eyes off the sea for 5 seconds only to get drenched with a huge wave that hit the wall and come over the top. Continuing on the drive I head inland towards Inverness, through the pine forests. In the ...