Minto Guest House
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Yep - still here. Just thought I'd do a quick update:
- Tried sea urchin for the first time yesterday at the shop. Result: Ummm, not for the faint-hearted. Very, VERY strong oyster taste, together with a spongy texture.
- Metal cupboard door (which keeps falling off the runners ever since I have been at the shop (can you believe for over a year???) fell on my big toe. ...
... inheritance. He is known for the Waverley novels including Ivanhoe and Rob Roy. The evening is great fun and a unique introduction to the Royal Mile.
The Royal Yacht Brittania
Her Majesty’s Yacht Brittania is a Rick Steves 3-star sight and a tour ...
And that was about it. We had an early early start the next day – like ridiculously early 8:00am flight - so nothing too heavy, just a final look around Edinburgh, our home for the last two years. Will be sad to leave but really excited for an extended trip travelling around Europe!
Up bright and early the next morning we walked the empty streets with our enormous bags one last time. Goodbye beautiful Edinburgh.
... At the end we all got a chocolate. Oh and they had a family room and we made a Faberge egg.
We had a very quiet day and spent the rest of the time chilling out at Julie's house.
Tomorrow we are heading to the Edinburgh Science Festival
Oh and Daddy was on photo duty today. I think I will make Mummy do it tomorrow!
... It has been the site of many famous battles in Scottish history. Inside there were a number of exhibitions including a war museum and the crown jewels of Scotland. We also saw the site where the famous military tattoo is held.
The Mary King's close was an interesting piece of history. The city of Edinburgh was originally contained within city walls. As the space was limited within the walls, people were encouraged to build upwards, and some of ...