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... in Edinburgh, which is not ideal. Fortunately, we have two weeks in this beautiful city.
After we checked in to our accommodation, which is just outside and within walking distance of the city, we vegged and stayed in for the rest of the day. This is in no small part due to the very comfortable flat, and our landlady leaving us a lovely care package of deliciousness that meant we did not need to head out for anything. We went through a review of the "Best ...
... a clan by the Campbells who had been forced by the King. This place was also eerily beautiful and we managed to pass through the scenery where the last James Bond film was made.
After traveling for so long when I headed back into Edinburgh I felt pretty tired. The next day I went to the National Portrait gallery and had to walk up some stairs to see a further Botticelli exhibit but I decided to pass... after walking up Calton ...
... 30 minutes with traffic. I just hope it isn't raining tomorrow.
On the other side of the bus station was Carlton Hill. On top were some columns that looked Roman but were definitely not, an observation tower, a dome showing a movie that made no sense and a few other small buildings. We could not stay up on the hill for very long because the wind had picked up so much that it was nearly knocking us over. By this point it had started to rain/snow ...
closed, and then walked around the town for a bit just before it got
dark. Got some soup and pasta from the supermarket for dinner, went
back and tried to plan stuff but the internet connection was so bad
we had to sit out in the hall! It was probably the best accommodation
we'd had all trip and we couldn't enjoy it!
... We drove mainly through the agricultural area with beautiful rolling hills in the background. Typically the area is very green, but the weather has been sunny and dry for two weeks and looks a little brown. The area is dotted with lovely villages and historic ruins. JK Rawlings' (Harry Potter book fame) hometown is just north of Edinburgh. Central Scotland is known for their flax, for linen, as well as growing oats, barley, potatoes and turnips. We ...