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... very impressive.
One of the grand exhibits here is the Scottish Crown Jewels. The build-up to the viewing is as well done as the “pre-exhibit” build-up to the London Crown Jewels. Sitting next to the jewels is the big gray chunk of rock called the Stone of Scone. It ...
Friday, August 15, was one of the big days of my European
trip; it is the day that I attended the Royal Military Tattoo and also
participated in a back stage tour.
The morning and afternoon was spent wandering around the
central part of Edinburgh and mostly taking in the sights of the Fringe
Festival. One of these sights was Mr. Alien whose photograph I am ...
... all the way through Scotland. We made our way to Glasgow. The workshop was again a fine example of the Scottish kindness. They got it fixed promptly so we were on our way again with dry nights. Along with wee gifts of tinned haggas, caramel chew stuff and the most delicious caramel wafers! We kind of didn't realise, not sure why, how cold it would be in Scotland at this time of year!! Blimm'n freezing! Amazing scenery but it wasn't ...
That morning was as fresh as the next so we decided to go to Edinburgh Castle. We drove to Polmont Station so we could catch the next train to Edinburgh. Once we had got to Edinburgh we walked up The Mound (as it is called) so we could get to the Castle. A bit of a climb it was. Edinburgh Castle was a bit more grand than Stirling Castle with a view that spread over the whole town. They had cannons lining the walls and a chapel on top of the hill. We had decided ...
... tour. It turns out that Edinburgh is an anecdotal city. The Deacon Brodie pub and cafe is named after a locksmith who robbed most of Edinburgh's noblemen to fund his drinking habit and then led his own investigation. Jekyll and Hyde is based on this upstanding citizen. We wondered through the graveyard where J. K. Rowling used to push her baby's pram and admired various gravestones with names such as Thomas Riddle, Weasley, McGo****l and Crookshanks. ...