Kingsview Guest House
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... scallops were floating in seasoned butter - yummy, but overpriced. Fried whitebait was a plate full of little fried fish - enjoyed those. The battered fish was definitely better than the fish and chips we had in London, but why don't people understand fried foods MUST be salted upon removal from the fryer to taste good??
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Edinburgh has the type of "vibe" that we'd imagined London would be -- good restaurants abound (allegedly the highest ...
... great! I absolutely adored Scotland (Glasgow being the one exception, but I've never been one for massive cities)! The rest of Europe has a lot to live up to! Though to be honest, there's a little part of me that just wants to stay here forever, the rest of Europe be damned. On to Ireland! P.S. - find the song 'Throw the 'R' Away' by the Proclaimers. It's one of my new favorite songs. Also listen to 'Walking on the Waves' by ...
... the red arrows! Amongst enjoying seeing shows you can enjoy sightseeing around the city on the city bus tours which are great, you can listen to the Scottish history along with seeing the beautiful sights in Edinburgh such as the castle, Arthurs Seat, Hollyrood Palace, The Royal Mile, the Scot Monument and so much more. Although I have lived in the city of Edinburgh for the past two years I took the opportunity to go on this open top ...
... for the regular store as it was on special.
With only a little bit of time to kill before we got to meet up with Jess we just strolled the shops around Waverly Station.
Once we met up with Jess we came to the conclusion we MUST wall up the Hill in Holyrood Park.
We did. I am in fit.
After this we got awesome Lebanese food. So yummy.
We then got ...
So we collect Charlie, our massive van, and head North!
On the way we see Hadrian's Wall. History lesson-Hadrian’s Wall is a stone wall the Roman’s built 1500 years ago ALL THE WAY across the UK when Emperor Hadrian visited the northern point of his Roman Empire and became so tired of dealing with the Scots that he told his army to just build a wall to keep them out. It’s like a mini version of the ...