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... to get my camera out of my backpack and get organized only to be met by a seagull welcoming me to the city. It was very clear to me that the city seemed to be divided in half with a beautiful greenbelt separating the two halves and of course the enormous, almost overpowering view of the Edinburgh Castle overlooking the entire city. In some ...
... ride. Unfortunately, we only had a 1 hour window to catch our train north. Fortunately there was another train 1 hour later, so we still made it, but it was a very challenging day!
However, being in Edinburgh was well worth the effort. What an amazing and charming city. Everywhere you go or turn the city just oozes historical charm and architecture.
We met up with Randy and Roxy Stockberger, Sheryl's brother and his wife, here for ...
... still sleepy and opted out of hiking to the monument but I saw it from a distance, very cool! 4) Probably my favorite stop - Loch Katrine - seeing places that are this beautiful make it hard to see the negative in anything. I just stood there in awe, and got a strange sense of the importance in seeing these things. To constantly be surrounded by natural beauty. As if to remind us that the world is a beautiful place no matter what is happening in our own small ...
With a little sadness we farewelled Deb at Maidenhead station and caught the train into Kings Cross station. We took our photos at station 9 3/4 and hopped onto the train to Edinburgh. We are traveling first class which includes meals and drinks. Very civilised! We got a taxi to our apartment where we were met by Eric who gave us ...
... entertainment, all played out on the forecourt of the magnificent floodlit castle. There was a kapa haka contingent from NZ who acquitted themselves admirably, along with groups of performers from around the Commonwealth (Australia was notably absent!) Highlights included a brilliant display of pyrotechnics, and the lone piper up on the battlements at the end lit by a single spotlight, which brought quite a lump to the throat. ...