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Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry once said " A Man's got to know his limitations"
Well I understand.
We had a great show today, decent audience not our best but certainly not our worst.
We then as a company (sans the formidable Mickey) made the decision to attempt the ascent up Arthurs Seat. To give you some perspective, in order to get to Arthur's Seat one must walk down the slope of ...
... After this we found a slightly less midge-ridden place at the Falls of Dochart in Killin, not quite so stunning as the water level was down. We then decided it was time to head towards Edinburgh and we would reluctantly have to leave the wilderness behind, I think we were both experiencing a little bit of melancholy, however there was absolutely no need... Scott had suggested stopping at the Falkirk Wheel, an amazing piece of modern ...
After a sleep in, we wanted to visit St
Marys Close today but it was completely booked out, so we made arrangements to
attend the following morning. We had decided to part ways for me to visit the
castle as Eloise had visited before and she wanted to look through the Art
Gallery. Unfortunately the line was ridiculously long, as we ...
... till we stopped at the place where the Crown Jewels of Scotland is kept. The tour disbanded and we all went in our own directions. Everybody in our family went to the Crown Jewels first. You couldn't photograph the actual Jewels but they had a fake set out side the room. We soon left the Castle and went for a walk down the Royal Mile. The Royal Mile is a mile of nothing but shops (boring), we ended up hopping on the train back home so we could get some sleep. ...
Have had a long drive day today but we are in our hotel room at the Crowne Plaza Roxburghe right in the middle of the Edinburgh. We have been in and out of rain but the wind keeps it quite cool (mid teens).
First stop was at Settle, North Yorkshire. Really just a morning tea stop, the village was really interesting and the jump-off point for many ramblers who were kitted out to walk for the day on the surrounding moors. It's very hilly and oh ...