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Adriatic Adventure 18-11-14 Newcastle to Edinburgh
Well its been a mighty long 3 or so weeks but at long last I was finally on my last bit of the journey and that was the twisty road from Newcastle to my home in Edinburgh.
In all this adventure has certainly been a *******e without many stops for rest or to relax and so I am looking forward to getting home and relaxing.
The journey from Newcastle was easy-going and ...
... later walking tour. We had the same tour guide for both and she walks us through and around Edinburgh telling us all manner of different tales regarding the cities diverse history.
The best tale by far in my opinion was the tale of the Stone of Destiny. Quick backstory the Stone of Destiny is a stone that the Scots use as their talisman as well as a sword and two other items that escape my mind. The Stone has a prophecy that wherever it stands the ...
... the plane crashed and this area has now been planted out with trees and is a permanent memorial to such a terrible tragedy.
Leaving Lockerbie with a lingering sense of sadness, we make our way to Edinburgh where we have booked an apartment hotel for 2 nights.
Neither of us have ever been to Edinburgh before and are a bit surprised at the very narrow, cobblestoned streets ...
... I found traditional fish, chips and mushy peas at the ‘Tiles Café, Bar &
Bistro’. Appropriately named as the walls were covered with interesting tiles.
Today I decided to have a rest from the family research and also from the city centre.
The Royal Yacht Britannia is berthed at the Ocean Terminal in Leith, a twenty
minute bus ride. I hopped on the bus just outside the hotel, assisted by a man
and his black ...
... a little village inside, so we spent most of the day exploring what was on offer, scot army museum, crown Jewell's, the stone of destiny, war museum, war memorial, oldest building in Edinburgh, dog grave yard (soldiers dogs) and so on. At one o'clock we watched a gun fire from the one o'clock gun which was originally to help keep the city in time and alert nervy ships of the correct time, now it's just for tourists pleasure. Even though we knew it was about to fire we still jumped ...