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... could easily spend a whole day there. We decided just to walk around the highlights. The ramparts nearest the entrance gave great views of Arthur's Seat in the East and the city centre and all the way North to the Firth of Forth river.
We passed the "One O'Clock Gun", which is a lot bigger than you would imagine, to the National War Museum. We didn't stay too long in the museum, just a quick look around and watched video to get an understanding of Scottish military ...
... cargo, now it is a neighborhood famous for it's fine dining and water front tourism.
Though it runs through the heart of the city, the path feel like miles from anywhere. Designated as an Urban Wildlife Site, the wooded river banks host wildflowers, ancient woodlands, and over 80 species of birds. The river is home to large numbers of brown trout, and many other kinds of fish. If you're lucky, you might even see an otter, badger, or roe ...
Seussical is a musical complex amalgamation of many Dr. Seuss stories (mainly "Horton Hears a Who!", "Horton Hatches the Egg" and " The One Feather Tail of Gertrude McFuzz") put to song. I saw it performed by a bunch of students from the School of the Arts Rochester, who were in Edinburgh as part of a greater American High School Theatre Festival. In "It's a Small World - Epidode 4", one of the Mum's (Cherie) sat down in front of me ...
... image of the city onto a large white table. As corny as this sounds, it was actually pretty fun to see it in action.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
Hi! I'm here to talk about the Camera Obscura. That's the illusion museum that we all had blast at. First, we went to go to the top of the building, [the 6th floor]. Topsy turny, right?! Well, anyway, were at the top floor because there was a 'tour' that we were going to go ...
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On this last trip we visited
Culloden, the famous site of Scotland’s last stand and lost battle against the
British in 1746. The drastic measures undertaken following the defeat at
Culloden - massive killings and retributions, forbidding the wearing of tartans
and the speaking of Gaelic, deportations and seizure of traditional clan land
holdings – contributed to ...