My Edinburgh Life
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... and dug up and buried and dug up and lost and found repetitively throughout history. At the moment, they are located in a tower in the castle and were quite spectacular to see. We also enjoyed the war memorial in the castle, which was very well done. It was great to see, as we were leaving the castle, a giant queue that had formed to enter the castle, it seems we had, by luck, stumbled in at the perfect moment. Feeling we had seen and done all the castle had to offer, ...
... seat was on we discovered to our delight that we were not even half way and the true Arthur's seat was a little further up on the next peak. It got pretty windy as we made our way up the rough hewn steps and when we finally reached the top is was a struggle at times to even keep standing, We were half expecting one of the numerous kids around to get picked up and taken over the side. Fortunately for all involved that did not happen. It turns our Arthur's seat is ...
... Six are done and we saw them in the king/queen quarters. We watched the ladies working on the seventh tapestry in the shop. The originals are in NYC at the Cloisters. We quickly ate a small snack. Some cheese that we had from breakfast and bottled water which we had bought that day. Then back on the bus to the Bannockburn Battlefield and Heritage Visitor Centre a few miles away.We were given 3D glasses and saw a puppet show explaining about the royalty, the. into ...
... anywhere! We arrived at Aberdeen, a fair way up on the east coast late in the afternoon and stayed at Ferryhill House/Hotel, which was once a stately home. Our host Paul was so welcoming, the amenity great and all in all our stay was memorable. Next day we followed Paul’s suggestion for our trip back to Edinburgh and drove west/south west through the Cairngorm Mountains and ski fields, following the Dee river most of the ...
... tartan berets for the girls and there were so many shops selling them she became very clever at pricing. Finally bought 2 for £12. Tomorrow we will come back to some interesting Museums if we have time as it was too late today. The Museum of the People, the Museum of Edinburgh and the Museum of Children really appeal. Highlights of our walk were seeing Adam Smith's grave, a monument to the poet Robert Ferguson, many pubs enticing you with offers of haggis ...