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... directions from its many fortifications. Unfortunately we can't upload pictures for a couple more days so check back to see the pictures when we update our blogs.
After satisfying my craving for a hot dog, yea really I found a hot dog vendor on the castle grounds, and it was pretty good, we made our way bodies at a forty-five degree angle leaning down hill towards the Royal Mile towards what seemed like a medieval pagen festival as the street was alive ...
... an early alarm the boys wake up at 6:20am. We get ready, some f our clothes having miraculously dried, and take the city bus to the Old City and make it to Edinburgh castle right before they open at 9:30am. We arrive at 9:15 and there is already a crowd forming. We are guided into the ticket line, 3 families back; relieved for getting here early.
The castle is enormous and so impressive, built atop volcanic rock; something Kaeleb becomes very excited about upon ...
... a pub-crawl, so we thought eh, why not! We got ready and went to the first meeting point for 8pm, to see that no one else had come along….awkward. We waited another 10 minutes and by then others had thankfully come to get a wrist band. The first couple of pubs were good, but then the ciders started making me tired instead of getting me in the mood to party. I even ended up falling asleep in the third pub…whoops. I wasn’t in the ...
... the building so we could recall that it had been an orphanage, which was the reason for the high banisters on the stairs and the round windows which allowed the staff to watch the children in the common areas. It is a lovely building (we have the advantage of not living there). There was an excellent exhibition of J D Fergusson which we all enjoyed. We then headed to part one of the gallery - outside there was a lovely art work - the soil ...
... still had more to climb yet.
The next day, having taken some advice from the publican, we stopped at a few places including what he thinks could be the highest pub England. So we stopped there and took some photos but we seemed to be in the clouds and was a bit murky.
We enjoyed the drive through the Lakes District, everyone has told us about how beautiful it is, and they are so right. We travel through to a place called Kendal and stay at a ...