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... to the Dark Lord.
With the Harry Potter geeks in us satisfied it was time to leave this incredible city and return to our 'real' life in Amsterdam. We had to say goodbye to the city which included one last photo opp with Edinburgh Castle. And with that we were off to the airport. ...
... get the ball rolling, but i was just too tired to put in any effort at that point. So I hung around the hostel for a bit and then decided to go out. I went exploring and found a bar called The Street. It IS kind of weird being by yourself, you have to make conversation, and doing that in a bar feels so gross to me haha! But eventually these two guys sat next to me and I started talking to ...
... be seen, the kids must enter the lobby and go downstairs. They then enter the dressing room and walk up four flights in a private stairwell. They wait there until the door to backstage opens 5 minutes before 1pm. Very strange.
I broke them for lunch at 11am and most of them ate, rested and got dressed and made up for the performance. I ran over to C Nova and got the keys in what can best be describes as a Buster ...
... of Scots had. Very fascinating. The house, with it's beautiful old wooden beams and walls is really unique and wonderful to see.
While on the street called "The Royal Mile", I went in a Church built for Thomas Moodie. It is very lovely and is quite surrounded by gravestones.
I would love to spend much more time in this lovely city but time moves on and so must I.
I am now on a fast train to Glasgow. It is a beautiful day with sun, even! The countryside ...
Edinburgh welcomed us home with a nice sunset on Saturday night. It is great to be back at home after living in hotels for the last 12 weeks.
Its been a great trip and would recommend all of the counties we have visited.
To finish the blog hear are some stats:
32 thousand kilometres travelled (according to TravelPod) - we ...