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... where the Tattoo takes place we saw a huge, I mean huge, queue of people. We had to walk around the corner and down the street to get into the queue. It turned out that the long line was to check our bags. While we waited in line Erin bought a program. Luckily Larry and I didn't have a bag and Erin was a plastic see-through bag. Once we were through there people were moving quickly. We rented seat cushions for a pound and Erin bought the ...
... the Royal Mile, is quite grand and medieval feeling. There are many little lanes like the one we came up on which lead to tiny 'courts' which had living areas for the working class. Today the whole area is very touristy with an abundance of pubs and shops selling wool, cashmere, shortbread, whiskey and other Scottish souvenirs. There were a lot of tourists about, but not too bad like it will be in a few weeks time when it is festival and Tattoo time. ...
... it all natural, untamed, and untouched by humans. In this case though, I didn’t mind. You can tell that whoever took care of the gardens did it with love and passion for the plants. I made my way around the entire garden and was on to my last destination for the day.
Calton Hill is the most popular picture that pops up if you search for Edinburgh images. I had been there the night before on my tour (infamously named the Hill of Disgrace) but it really is the gem ...
... best roast in the world ever. I beg anyone who has been lucky enough to try one to differ. Alas, the long drive to Scotland awaited me. Cheryl is moving to Straaaalia in a few weeks so we've had a girly weekend in Edinburgh booked for months. Now, I like driving. Music on, straight down the motorway, on my own, bliss. But not to Glasgow. Especially when you're a complete moron like me and manage to time your journey perfectly imperfectly, resulting in ...
No - not the "Perth" most of you know. But Perth, Scotland.
Thought I'd get off my **** and do something whilst on annual leave.
Caught a bus/coach to Perth - GBP17 return. About 1.5 hrs from Edinburgh. I thought it would get me into the travelling again - but more local.
Quite a quaint town - like Stockbridge where every ...