Highfield Guest House
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As I walked down The Royal Mile, I saw giant grandstands being prepared for the Military Tattoo. Edinburgh was often referred to as "Auld Reekie", but today the smell of roast beef and the sweet saltiness from the Firth of Forth filled the air.
Along the way, I popped into The “Wee” Whisky Shop and had a good look around. I …
When approaching Stirling Castle, a monument of Robert the Bruce greets you; however, this was also the home of the Stewart Kings and Queens from Scotland and their royal court. Mary Queen of Scots was crowned at Stirling Castle in 1542.
Stirling Castle sits atop Castle Hill, and is surrounded by a trio of steep cliffs. It was built over …
Breakfast was eaten at 8:30 a.m. It was shortly thereafter I left Kirknewton and headed off towards Edinburgh Castle. It was a cool morning, light drizzle with a moderate temperature of 23 degrees.
I arrived at Waverley Station, and bought my ticket to take a sightseeing bus tour. I sat at the front, in the top level of the double decker …
... Class Car. It was set up with tables for four and tables for two. Larry and I took a table for two on the east side of the train.
We were seven minutes late leaving the station due to a security issue with the train. This is most unusual and they kept apologizing for it. In first class we had free WiFi, food and drinks. I finished my blog for yesterday and added pictures to it. I checked email and responded to a few. ...
... along the main travel route. Various areas of activity in designated parklands provide hours of fun for families with things like ziplining, hiking, boating, fishing ... it truly is lovely.
We have lunch at Keswick and strike gold with a Guinness & Ale Pie that is ALMOST as good as the one we had in Wales.
We then head west to the seaside through Cockermouth ...