My Edinburgh Life
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... but the cathedral was just another cathedral. We then visited the writers museum to learn about a few writers famous to Edinburgh. After some lunch we went to the museum which is HUGE! We only saw a third of the museum as there was just so much to see, we mainly looked at the Scottish history and artefacts. We did get to see the dolly the sheep! Tonight we went on another tour through the underground city of the dead! Which is vaults built into the bridge that goes through the centre ...
... your way through a new city at 11 pm while the streets are teeming with drunks is not the optimal way to get acclimated. Add in the torrential downpour we found ourselves in and it's flat-out impossible. We finally found a place to eat, but was told they only accepted cash. Drenched and dejected, we headed back to our hostel (the Budget Backpackers Hostel located next to Grassmarket). My only thought as I fell asleep that first night in Edinburgh was, "I don't believe God ...
... 16 rows up to the right a good vantage point. I was enthralled from the moment is started but a personal favourite of course the NZ band such comedy and music they also won the sword given i think for good performance every year to one band. No Australians this year though. It was at times hard to know where to look as the images on the castles wall change bands playing Not just music but bike riders and dances marching routines too. The theme was " A wonderful world "and it truly ...
... Giving up about 40 minutes later, I woke up Chelle and rolled over for some sleep.
Before long, Chelle was returning the favour and I was being woken up for food. My nap had not been long but we have learnt on this trip that even a 20 minute power nap can sometimes be the difference between a good day and a great one. Breakfast was yummy and after check out, we went ...
... got to know more about Scotland's rich history, going from Robert the Bruce over to William Wallace - the Braveheart character, and I got to see the Scottish crown jewels.
Later that afternoon I strolled down the Royal Mile - Old Town's major street - before having dinner and going to the cinema. Les MisÚrables. Wonderful. Strongly recommended by myself.
Sunday was anything but a day of rest for ...
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