My Edinburgh Life
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... starters. It actually tasted really good and Amanda was laughing saying, "We have stomach in our stomachs!" Ewwwww I tried not to think too much about that.
Sarah turned up as the meals were being served after having a great time at a book fare where many interesting authors were speaking about their books. So she was happy after having purchased a few that took her fancy.
We walked down to Princess Street afterwards to see some ...
This morning we set out for the city of Edinburgh. The last time Nathan and Traci visited Edinburgh was September 11, 2001, a significant date in history that will stay in our memories for ever. We remember the day clearly as we had been visiting the Royal Yacht HMY Britannia when we returned to our car and we heard what we thought was an advert for a movie on the radio saying that the Twin Towers had been hit by a plane and were ...
... anyways. The water is really dark and we went to the shore to dip our hands into it. Whatever anything thinks of the Loch it’s really calm and peaceful and mysterious. It’s MASSIVE! 23 miles long, 1000ft deep. It was nice just the two of us there and we chilled until our coach was ready to leave. On our return to Edinburgh we traveled through Glen Spean and the final stop was Pitlochry in the heart of the Highlands. We walked ...
... and platinum. After waiting in line for a couple of minutes, we talk to the guy who is organizing the lines (bit of a loon) and we tell him we are thinking about doing the platinum tour, go big or go home. He says it is full and no more tour are going off but will check with the registrar. Turns, out there will be one more session at 6:15 for and hour and 15 minutes, so we sign up for that one after promising, but not ...
... spot for a magazine publisher. The island as a whole is very natural-looking, and not too touristy...they have kept it as part of a wildlife refuge, too. We heard a bagpiper as we walked up the long drive from the parking lot, saw boats out of the water at low tide, and, like many other people like us, wandered the island for a few hours to get an idea of why a place that isn't very well known is really significant.
We made it back to Edinburgh ...