My Edinburgh Life
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... could be seen from a very long way away! The best bit was pretending to be King with my Queen in the great hall - Abby my other new friend pretended to be my Queen!There was a suit of armour outside the Kings chambers that I would like to have tried on, but I was not allowed, but I did get a picture of me next to it.
We stopped for a snack in the coffee shop and I had a traditional Scottish taste of Iron Brew and Shortbread! Really bad for my teeth, I ...
... see the bladder is tiny compared
to an actual bagpipe.While looking for a place to have dinner I saw too many
restaurants in the tourist area whose menu consists of burgers, pizza, chicken
sandwiches…Someone on the street mentioned a pub which sold tradition food, and
the fish and chips that I ate there were the best I have had. “World’s End”.
Remember that name when you visit Edinburgh.
... Obscura and partake in an exciting afternoon. We had more fun than the kids, working out the optical illusions and playing on the equipment. Down for a latte and then over the bridge for a look at TOPSHOP and H & M. Back across the bridge and on the hunt for 'Wannaburger'...after 30min.walking in the wrong direct we get there to find it has charged locations. On to plan b, a Mexican burrito place to get ...
... playing through the streets everyday. I learnt about how J.K.Rowling got ideas for Harry Potter in Edinburgh. On my nights out I went on a Halloween Pub crawl and a ghost tour. The next day I started my Haggis Scotland tour with our first stop was at Oban. On the way we stopped at the William Wallace tower and learnt about Robert the Bruce. I was starting to see how beautiful the Scottish Highlands country side really is. The next day we went to ...
... the historic detail. Up to the Castle and get see where they held all those Military Tattoos I watched on TV as a wee bairn. They are still pulling down the viewing stands from the last Tattoo, apparently it takes 3 months to construct, it stays up for 3 weeks, then 2 months to pull it all apart. Like most things in your minds eye I thought it would be a bit bigger. Some great views from the top of the Castle ...