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... to dinner at 5:00. Now the city is bustling beca use of all the visitors to see the Military Tattoo. So when we got to the Hard Rock we were told a 1/2 to 34 hour wait. So I gave the receptionist my Hard Rock Rewards VIP card, and we were seated within 5 minutes. (It pays to belong!) The receptionist and wait staff were super busy, but still found time to chat us up. Jean had the local legendary burger that had a cheese, haggis and fried turnips toppings. I had the BBQ spare ...
... at the top of the city upon an ancient volcanic plug. So we could easily see where we wanted to be, but couldn’t quite figure out how to get there. We asked someone on the street for directions and he told us to go down Princes Street, past the first gate to the church, past the second gate to the toilets and to enter the third gate to the Princes Street Gardens. Just follow along the garden path to the first street, turn ...
... and settled on a small pub with what looked liked locals sitting inside. I ordered fish and chips, a couple of pints of beer and sat content reading a book for a good hour. At one point I looked around to see who else was in, until my eyes rested upon the first fully grown man in a kilt I had ever seen. I couldn't help but think he actually cut a striking and imposing figure in that skirt; in pictures they always looked effeminate to me, but up close in the flesh it was ...
... doesn’t seem to be convinced or even care perhaps. The polls indicate that the Better United is
somewhat ahead of the Yes (Independence) vote.
However, this might be deceiving and actually bring votes to the Yes
campaign. My own little poll on the
street where I live shows my cousin’s cousin and his wife, pro-independence,
the guy on the check-out at my grocery store, pro-independence, my neighbor,
... had been off the charts for this time of the year in the U.K. Most of the locals claimed they had not had better weather since 1994. However, yesterday we had a couple of showers in Grantwon-on-Spey, and there were threats of thundershowers in the news reports. Therefore, we decided to be safe, rather than sorry.
Back on the bus, we departed for our last hour of the journey into Edinburgh. Edinburgh, which is pronounced ...