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Slept in a wee bit this morning...jet lag really hit. We made it to Edinburgh by mid-afternoon. Driving here is a treat...NOT!! Motorways (aka highways) are ok and quite fun with a stick. City driving is just plain harried. Narrow hilly streets, big trucks and even bigger buses and all on the wrong side of the road. Not a task for the feeble hearted or anyone ...
... so we couldn't have a look around there. David had recommended a drink at Greyfriars Bobby which we had seen on the tour and were told the story about the dog who slept every night for 14 years on his masters grave. So we returned back there and had a quick drink before ambling back along the streets to have a small rest before diner. Dinner was beautiful, up three flights of stairs and very cosy, well presented and very tasty - home for a night cap at the Advocate before heading off to ...
After our B&B breakfast this morning we walked along Princes Street, up the Mound and along the end of The Royal Mile to the very imposing Edinburgh Castle. It was a little overcast and windy high up on the hill, the view was great, we could easily see right out to the North Sea. We decided to pay for audio guides which proved to be very good.
There was lots to see and learn at the Castle. Jason leant that the Scottish ...
So we started our motor homing trip around Scotland 2nd of August. We flew from Heathrow up to Edinburgh and I went to pick up Dad Davidson from the train station, while Sim went to pick up our fancy "spaceship camper". Think tarago and that's pretty much the size of it, it fit 2 people in it sleeping and 3 people "comfortably" while driving. However, you could have up to 4 people in it while driving. We had booked it months ago when it was just going to be the two of us and that ...
... was a policeman. John Gray was buried in Greyfriar's Cemetery and so is Bobby. We visited the Greyfriar's Church which was a Franciscan Church originally (the Greyfriars). There was also a pub of the same name there. Then we returned to our room for a rest before our afternoon tour.
We got on our tour bus and headed for Edinburgh Castle. Our guide was Yves (eves) and she was a terrific older woman who really knows Edinburgh. ...