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... the public and there was security much like in an airport, but once we were inside we were free to look around. No tour required.
The next day we tackled the Princes Street area, finding a nice old pub for lunch. Much busier. We did find a great Italian restaurant for supper not far from our hotel where John could get almost any dish in a gluten free version, including ...
... said farewell and went to the Airport where we flew to Iceland.
Our hostel is pretty good. Really trendy. Makes me feel like I am back in Newtown.
We had dinner down stairs in the pub/restaurant. It was nom Maggie got a Goats cheese burger which consisted of a whole lot of the stuff and I got lamb shanks. Very nice food.
Thursday 14th August 2014
... spot for a magazine publisher. The island as a whole is very natural-looking, and not too touristy...they have kept it as part of a wildlife refuge, too. We heard a bagpiper as we walked up the long drive from the parking lot, saw boats out of the water at low tide, and, like many other people like us, wandered the island for a few hours to get an idea of why a place that isn't very well known is really significant.
We made it back to Edinburgh ...
... shops, restaurants and hotels.
From there we toured around the city seeing both the old and new parts. We learned that Robert Louis Stevenson lived on the new side of town and J.K. Rowling is a current resident and her children attend school in Edinburgh. Her husband still works and is one of the anesthesiologists at one of the local hospitals.
After completing out tour with Allon, we had free time ...
... have been like and it was really interesting. After that we went to princess street to do a but of shopping coz a few people needed stuff. We ended up getting separated from Steph, Claire and Sarah so I walked around with Hannah and Mika. We wondered through the Christmas markets which were pretty but nothing too special. Then we just caught the bus back to the hotel and I am now lying here writing this before we go to dinner in the hotel at 7. It is currently 11.28pm ...
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