Claymore Vegetarian Guest House
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... These particular flags are deteriorating and are about to go off display for good. There was beautiful wood decoration on the ceiling like a ships hull (hammered ceiling, self supporting) and displays of armour, pistols and swords.
We had a quick look in the Scottish National War Memorial which you weren't allowed to take photos in. It commemorates the soldiers lost in WW1 (149,000), WW2 (58,000), and nearly 800 (and going up) in British battles ...
... they were a witch they floated but if they drowned it meant they weren't a witch.....too late tho! If they floated they were taken into the city and burned anyway. **** out of luck either way! The tour took us through the old town and the new town of Edinburgh. We finished in the grass market in the old town. We went to a pub for lunch then walked up to have a look at the castle. Very impressive! By now we were all crashing so we headed back to ...
... towards the royal mile.
I walked down the royal mile, got some new socks as souvenirs. This was because i lost a sock in the recent wash. I also picked up some other souvenirs and then continued down the royal mile. I turned off and went back to the Scottish national museum. Here i wandered around some more, learnt more about the history and its people as well as its inventors. After walking around this museum and seeing all that i wanted to see, i left and ...
Well it is late at night.
Gigi, Lindsay and Jessie are at the Dining table with Steve.
We are all preparing to go in the morning.
Cleaning apartments and packing.
I am busy making London plans and looking at the tube maps so that
we have an easy transition into London.
I have arranged for taxis for the Viewcraig apt and the Georges IV apt and we are due to get to Waverly Station at 7:30am to board the 8:30am train ...
... performers that we saw along the way. And some nicer scenery from Calton hill since it was a nice and sunny day. We ended the night watching the Netherelands vs Argentina semi final which wasn't quite as good as the previous game, neither team seemed to play that well so it really looks like Germany will be able to win it all.
After that it was an early night as I had to get up and head to London the next day!