Penny Airey- No.38 Bed & Breakfast
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... a historic fortress which
dominates the skyline of the city of Edinburgh, from its position on the
Castle Rock. There has been a royal castle on the rock since at least
the reign of David I in the 12th century, and the site continued to be a
royal residence until the Union of the Crowns of Scotland and England
Few of the present buildings pre-date the 16th
century, when the medieval defenses were largely destroyed ...
... back fat with the silhouette of an elephant seal..I am determined to lose 15kg so I can at least feel my hip bones. I have bought a mountain bike, trekking/walking gear, have signed up to a walking site and trying to do least a 10K walk every fortnight...building up to each week. I am started hula hooping..and this week even walked back the 4km from the centre instead of taking the bus. And OMG am starting an 8 lesson yoga ...
Walking down the hill, we again passed by the old prison which is now a government building and took Jacob's ladder back towards High Street. We were now on a gift finding mission as it was the last day of our trip and still needed to find a few things for some people back home. The one interesting thing I did learn on this trip is that my mothers maiden name 'Hamilton' is of Scottish decent so perhaps after all there is a bit of scottish in me. ...
... dance with martial arts. It was smooth, fierce, and powerful. After the dance show we saw a bunch of stand up comedians, our favorite by far was Christian Schulte-Lon from Germany.
We had dinner, concluding our beautiful day in this crowded medieval city!
Back to Glasgow for the night and off to Dublin the following morning!
Had a fry up of mushrooms and bread for breakfast and we attracted a pair of pesky seagulls. One was eating the crumbs out of the fry pan and when we chased it off he got into the rubbish bag.
It was a cloudy and windy day so we thought it was a good day to travel. Unfortunately we missed a couple of petrol stations to fill up at as ...