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... which is a park dividing old and new town. This location used to be the north lake or Nor Loch. Which was very dirty and filed with waste, imagine they didn't have indoor pluming and waste was tossed into the ally ways. Each tenement home was allowed one bucket of waste two times per day. In the 1770s the loch was drained and the park restoration began, it is now a park with a great view of the castle. It was a beautiful sunny day from what we were told ...
The Royal Mile is the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, the
mile along the made processional street between Edinburgh Castle on the top of
the hill and Holyrood Palace at the bottom. This is the historic center of
Scotland’s capital, a densely populated hive of stone structures that constituted
the city before the elegant New Town was laid out in the 1700s and before the
city expanded in all directions in the1800s and 1900s.
There’s a ...
... Potter while she lived in Edinburgh...like the school inside a castle, which had 4 wings dedicated to each house, and Tom Riddle's Peter Pettigrew's tombstones in the cemetery just behind it. Pretty cool!
Oh and of course we saw more pubs, of note, Deacon Brody's (who inspired Dr Jekyll) and half hanged Maggie's.
After all that learning, it was time for a beer at brew dog and a quick stop at the local 'highland' pub to say goodbye to our ...
... br> After our tour our toes and fingers felt as if they might fall off so we thought the only logical thing to do was to go warm up with some Scottish whisky. We decided to try out the touristy Whisky Experience Tour. In the beginning of the tour you sit inside a giant barrel while this ghoulish man enthusiastically explains the whisky distillation process to you as the barrel follows him on a track through ...
... Street & continued to the Castle. While we were making our way to the queue, a man with a child in a pusher decided to push the pusher whilst child hanging over the front beneath the front wheels. I don't think he will be eligible for the father of the year award for 2014. Child fine! Entrance plus book about 35 pound. Had to queue for about 20 minutes. Very foggy, raining & could not see jack ****! Did the guided tour which involved 25 minutes in the rain! Good ...