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... species, but I'm inclined to think that we are more likely to destroy ourselves- and everything else- than to go the opposite route. I hope for our own sake that I'm wrong. At the end, we saw a half hour show inside of the planetarium about the extreme weather on the other planets in our solar system and it was absolutely fascinating- although we were all having to fight sleep pretty hard! From there, we went to Weatherspoon's, a chain of pubs for their special Thursday ...
... old city it looked amazing, I could not believe where I was, after having just let Cuba! I found Louise and Sandy and we walked back so I could drop off my bags. Everyone else arrived home half an hour later and we all just had something for dinner at home. By this time it was past midnight so I tried to sleep, but was up until 2am with the time ...
... bus tour departing at 8am and arriving back at 8pm. During the 12 hours, I would be making a circle around the perimeters of Scotland stopping at places called Glencoe, Loch Ness, and the Highlands. It was a chilly morning and I could see my breath as I walked down the cobble stone road called The Royal Mile. I had accidentally passed up the tour place and felt a sting of panic, thinking of how awful it would be to miss the bus. I came across it eventually and made it with ...
Woke up fairly early to get started on our free day in Edinburgh.
After breakfast it was off on public transport into the city, first stop Edinburgh Castle!
It was a small hike to get up to the castle, a few of us considered scaling the walls spiderman style, but it was definitely worth it. The castle was beautiful and the views breathtaking.
A group of us spent all of the morning at the Castle before heading back into town for lunch. After failing to find the Scottish ...
... it is either uphill or downhill. First impressions are that Edinburgh is very, very old with lots of gray stone buildings and cobbled streets. Everyone is very friendly and smile and stop to talk on the street. We walked to the Royal Mile and started near Edinburgh Castle to walk this most famous mile (actually a bit more than a mile). From the Castle, the Royal Mile is a downhill walk; conversely, it's uphill coming ...