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... night - we were spellbound from start to finish.
Needless to say, after not getting home until the wee hours, the next morning was a bit of a slow start, and we took the opportunity to catch up on the washing and do a few chores. Then we were back off into the city for another round of the Festival. This time we found the Cadenhead Whisky shop; we had visited it when we were here 22 ...
... is not arduous and we finally arrive at the Ocean Terminal.
The Royal Brittania is of course the former floating residence of the Queen and the Royal Family for over 40 years. It was decommissioned in 1997 and is pemanently berthed at the port of Leith in Edinburgh as a tourist attraction.
Unlike the previous day, the crowds are much more bearable and we begin our tour with the receipt of a audio handset device that explains the various exhibits as ...
... slightly shabby private home. This is where I learnt what a Scotsman really does wear under his kilt. (He told me Ma, and I took his word for it.)
The apartment we have here in Edinburgh in big, clean and modern, looking into Holyrood Park, just near Arthur's Seat. It's gorgeous. Terry's friends Gary and Karen from Brisbane are in town for a few days, so we met up for dinner, and a few drinks, which was very enjoyable.
... s consider the 'real' Scotland...what I did see was a whole lot of rain! With my usual modus operandi of walking around to get a feel for a place rendered undesirable, if not completely impractical, I had to settle for a sight-seeing bus tour, and a heart warming curry (not as insignificant as it seems, given that the origins of contemporary 'Indian' cuisine can be traced to Scotland's largest city). Anyway, despite the rain, Glasgow was interesting...perhaps somewhere to come ...
... he gave a great overview of the city as well as what to see and do. I went back that evening for the Darkside tour, which outlined all the creepy stories of Edinburgh's past (and present!). Finally the next day I was lucky enough to get on the Castle tour which only had three people so I was able to easily connect with the others on the tour as well as ask questions freely. Edinburgh's literary culture is also prominent in the city's identity, with pubs, ...