Crioch Guest House
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... the Twilight Zone. Fortunately, a bellhop/waiter/bartender carried up our bags; there's no elevator.
After checking in and enjoying our free only-in-Edinburgh welcome drink (Guinness for me!), we walked on the Royal Mile (aka High Street, and folks are quite jolly) and enjoyed seeing street performers (a la "Cirque de Soleil") [see photo], bagpiper, guitarists, St. Giles Cathedral, and statue of ...
... in kilt and boots without a shirt who had YES painted in neon blue across his large bulbous stomach. He certainly knew how to get your attention. Our awesome tour guide Julia walked us down to Holyrood Palace and showed us a narrow path through a large overgrown garden that took us from Old Town to New Town. All the way she gave us tidbits about history and local politics. She showed us the Scottish Parliament building with its modern geometric shapes and design. ...
... locks and mechanisms. The temptation obviously proved too much for him when working on the locks of his customer's houses, as he would copy their door-keys! This would allow him and his three accomplices in crime, Brown, Smith and Ainslie, to return at a later date to steal from them at leisure. It is said that Brodie's bizarre double-life inspired Robert Louis Stevenson, whose father had had furniture made by Brodie. Stevenson ...
... scenery particularly as we got closer to Scotland. We bought lunch from the trolley service and arrived on time at 3:08pm. We found the taxi rank and caught a 'London Taxi' to our apartment. We settled in quickly and then headed off to join a Harry Potter Walking tour of Edinburgh where we saw some of the locations that had inspired J.K.Rowling who lives in ...
... started walking back down. At the bottom, we
were done. We were ready to take the paved road back around the bottom of the
mountain to the parking lot. But we met some English hippies who said, go on!
Go up to the top! It's not that bad!
We were glad we did it, though. I took a lot of
pictures, because I was pretty sure Dad wouldn't believe we had made it to the
top. But we did, and so did a ...