Art-House Morita B&B
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... the accent, am looking forward to Scotland, not as frenzied as London I feel.
We checked in, and had to be in the Lobby at 4.50pm for Meet and Greet, the beginning of our organized Scottish Tour.
Formalities dispensed with, onto our Coach to a Restaurant for the Welcome Meal, our Tour Guide is Barbara (Marion I think she is Renata in disguise - lol)
A beautiful Buffet Meal at ...
... blog for Scotland (we really haven't been here that long). But I will say that I have thoroughly enjoyed myself here. The people of Edinburgh have been extremely hospitable considering the onslaught of tourists in August. The birds (the flying kind) are very loud here... I don't know why...
It is definitely on my list of places I would go to again. I feel I could even live here.
Paris next. I am very worried about not speaking french.
... spent the first day walking around the town and getting the feel of what Edinburgh is all about. The town has a very medieval charm to it; the buildings have a black tinge and the architecture dates back to fifteen hundreds. The main tourist street of Edinburgh called 'the Royal Mile’ has a lot of charm. There are souvenir shops, pubs and whiskey bars galore. We ended up at the fish and chips shop for our first meal in Scotland.
The next day we rented ...
After a short but great Skype session with all the family that were together and a cold shower, I set out to explore the Britannia. Getting the bus back to the city and then a other bus to the water. It was an easy two hours spent walking around the yacht. You get a free hand held tour guide to tell you all the interesting facts about the yacht. You get to walk through almost the whole yacht. From the queens and princess ...
... have been quite deprived! Down the Royal Mile again to the Museum of the People. This is a very interesting collection of the working lives of the people of Edinburgh. There was quite a strong emphasis on women and their role in both the home and the workforce almost up to present times. A tiny rest then back to Milne's on Rosé Street for dinner. We had a quick browse in a ritzy department store called Jenners ...