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... Mum, Dad & Minal, as they were heading back to London the next day. After a lovely cup of tea following a long drive up, we strolled through the city by night and enjoyed cocktails and dinner at a local Mexican restaurant.
The next morning, after our goodbyes to the family, we walked to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland. We took a guided ...
... a few minutes.
Then we walked around the castle.
We saw a dining table house, prison, crown jewels and the castle itself.
We walked around the real medieval area and than we ended up on a terrace to watch the 1:00 cannon shot.
It was really loud you could here it for a mile away. So that is the castle.
Then we walked to a hill that we didn't even mean to go to. It had a cannon, a shop, a ...
... 1562. Although the day was gray and rainy, we wandered the graveyard and peeked into the church even though a wedding was going on. The most famous resident of all is Greyfriar's Bobby the loyal Skye Terrier who kept a 14 year vigil on his masters grave, both dog and his master, John Gray are buried here.
By this time we were ready for lunch and we searched out one of the best bars in Edinburgh, Hollyrood 9A. They are famous for their gourmet hamburgers and we were ...
... and panorama shots we worked our way down the mountain (taking the easy route). We stopped off at the ruins of St
Anthony's cathedral and then sat by a lake to watch some white swans.....WHITE SWANS. We ended our day with lunch at Witherspoons, where I enjoyed a Highland Burger.....which of course contained some Haggis.
Pubcrawl round 2!
After a busy day, Rachel and I decided we were in for a ...
We take the city bus to old town and enjoy a whiskey experience tour, which had we been able to do a real tour we likely would've skipped. It's a bit touristy, and consists of an actual slow motion ride in a whiskey barrel that describes the process before having a guided demonstration of how best to taste in a room with the world's largest whiskey collection.
We then head over to the National Gallery of Scotland, and get our fill of Gainsborough, Rapheal, ...
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