Highfield Guest House
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Departing Chicago non stop at 6:15 pm and after only 7 hours of excellent first class care, my sister Ann and I arrive in Edinburgh at 7:26 am local time...+6 hour time change. The airport is quick to get through customs and not as large as I expected, but it's so charming and has a Scandinavian look to it. We take the scenic and most affordable route into town on the Tram which was newly built in 2014. Buying a round trip ticket saves you 2 pounds as ...
... year. Then we drove up to one of the dormant volcanoes that comprise the city, called Arthur’s Seat. The bus portion of the tour ended at Edinburgh Castle, located on Castle Rock. We had a nearl 360 degree view of the area. After we said goodbye to Ross we had 1.5 hours to explore the castle and get lunch. Some viewed the Scottish crown jewels ...
... the North Sea to the east, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the south-west. In addition to the mainland, the country is made up of more than 790 islands, including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides. We arrived at the boarder and to my delight a bagpiper was playing. Bernie, I thought of Ian and thought how much he would have loved this. Stuart took a small video of the event to show you when ...
... being the gentleman that he is, offered his hand to stable me on the way down, only to slip on some mud and land on his back. After cleaning him up best we could we continued. As we went up, we saw several people sliding down the side of the hill on their way back down, obviously the road more traveled was not the way to go. We weren't even half way up, but we were at a landing to get a few pictures. We saw the sun was starting to set and we ...
... even took requests. Not the biggest fan of the instrument, I was pleasantly surprised to hear the musician hit the high notes and manage to play a few interesting requests from the group. He was such a good sport to let some of us give his pipes a try; a very humourous part of the evening since we all underestimated the amount of air needed to get one note clearly out of those pipes. Your lungs definitely need to be in ship shape!
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