Two Hillside Crescent
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... with its position high up on the hill. The history as seen in the streets, buildings and monuments is of course interesting. Edinburgh is a UNESCO World Heritage City. One curiosity - the owners of Ashgrove House B&B were Chinese and they employed two Eastern European girls as waiters, a Polish salesperson sold us a SIM card, a Romanian Girl assisted us with our hire car. Work is easy to obtain in Edinburgh No Photos - too ...
The Royal Palace is not nearly as impressive as some of the castles we saw in France but it is noted that Mary, Queen of Scots, gave birth here to James VI of Scotland in 1566. He later became King James I of England. The royal ancestry is so confusing to me that I purchased ...
Having a great time so much to see here. Edinburgh & the surrounding countryside is really picturesque. Drove out to a lovely little walled Harbour called "Cove" (photos on FB) really warm with orange sand from the rocks. Then on to a fishing village Dunbar for fish & chips with brown sauce (a scots thing). Followed by Tantallon Caste on the cliff top overlooking the sea. Quite an amazing location. Went to see a comedy show at the fringe that night, really funny guy Daniel ...
... our own tour, we caught sight of a bunch of people standing around a statue….these people looked similar to us, didn’t look Scotish and all had cameras around their neck and back packs on….yep it was the tour!!! We ran over to them and tried to disguise as if we were there all along…..but nope, the guide noticed and we had to cough up the tour fee….worth a try J We did get a lecture that we were VERY late and he was doing us a ...
... the walk home we had a ice cream in Princess Park and rolled town the hill and all got dirty bums.
When we finally caught up with the Daddy's we played in the private park opposite Tommy's house which was so much gun. We kicked the football and played frisbie.
Tomorrow we head off on our rad trip up it the aisle of Skye and to try and find the Loch Ness Monster. Lucy is happy because there will be lots of driving!