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Had breakfast at hotel as part of our room plan (I had vegetarian haggis with my meal) then set out for Edinburgh Castle. It was cool and overcast. Helicopters flew over Holyroodhouse, where the Queen is in residence. We first walked through Carlton Gardens – several monuments on the top of a cliff, including the corners of what was supposed to be the replica of the Parthenon. The Nelson Tower was topped by a longitude ball … but the ball was ...
... Paris so no help), googling how to turn it off and getting nowhere fast. Frustration be my friend!! I throw the phone down in disgust and get out David's phone and programme it to our destination. I pick it up intermittently for the rest of the trip but I cannot manage to turn the dam voice activation off, which makes it useless.
We ring Emma (from David's phone of course) and let her know we are running a bit early, about 20 mins or ...
... looking at all the views and then got talking to a lovely lady called Kyra. She wad there with her gorgeous little kiddo, playing in the park. She had travelled a lot so we had plenty to talk about. And she had been to Australia, but not Tasmania so there were new places to tell of as well. What got me the most through was how old her kids were (4 was the age of the one who was not there I think, and 1) and her age. I'm not ...
... from Monty Python so we both gave our best shot at riding horses next to the castle.
The tour company we went with was called The Hairy Coo. A hairy coo is actually a type of cow mostly found in Scotland but there are some others similar ones spread out across the globe. These cows are used only for pets and do not provide any commercial use whatsoever. There was a ...
... back to our hotel and went over to take a peek inside the Airth Castle, which is converted into a hotel and a haunted one I might add, according to our coach driver who had to stay there on one of his trips. Never again...was his sentiment. In the evening we went to Prestonfield Round Stables for a delicious dinner and Scotish show of highland dance, fiddle, accordion and drumming, with some group dancing with the audience and Virginia ...