Crioch Guest House
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... traditional Scottish pudding made from bits of sheep's liver and kidney, minced onion, oatmeal and spices) didn’t quite appeal to us.
We made our way through Meadows Park, past the University of Edinburgh and towards Edinburgh Castle. We came across a cute, cobblestone street with little shops and cafes and wandered down it, poking in and out.
The architecture of the city makes you feel as if you’re back in medieval times. ...
... magnets. Hopefully we will find some other special souvenirs tomorrow in the Highlands. It was now time to gather at our tour's designated meeting point, across from the Starbucks on the Royal Mile. Our tour guide's name was Michael and he was excellent. Whenever we are touring cities in Europe, we check to see if Sandemans NewEurope offers a free walking tour. They are indeed free, with the option to tip, your guide at the end of the tour based on what you feel the tour was worth. ...
... her up on YouTube. I unlocked the duffle and asked if he wanted me to unload it he said “No worries, all is good”. So, not even a peek – guess I do not appear to be much of a terrorist threat. The plane was a small prop and held maybe twenty-five people. Flying low the entire trip I had great views of the Orkney Islands and northern Scotland as we hit the mainland and landed at Edinburgh airport to catch a flight back to Newark. ...
... here 10 days already, today is the first that fits the bill. As we head down the hill to catch the Edinburgh train, the shore opposite is shrouded in mist and from the train even this side looks silvery and mysterious.
Arriving at Waverley Station we find the capital city swathed in fog and drizzle and looking as if it is attemtping to live up to its nickname of 'auld reekie'. The exit from the station and the climb up a steep alley are ...
... It was a relief from the "cage bird". The only one caged was the audience. I almost forgot to tell you the tale of the gay play. Basically, some of the kids wanted to see " what a gay play" which should tell you a lot about the play. It was gay and probably too much for some of the kids but I thought it was hysterical. Not my choice to bring them I was just the tag along...oh and they were all naked at the end. Let's see what tomorrow brings....hopefully a little less ...