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Day Two (12/06/14):
The next morning we awoke before the sun to catch the bus that would take us on a tour of the Scottish Highlands. We boarded the orange bus that would be our home for the day after making sure we both had cups of coffee in our hands.
Our first stop of the day was just outside ...
... still sleepy and opted out of hiking to the monument but I saw it from a distance, very cool! 4) Probably my favorite stop - Loch Katrine - seeing places that are this beautiful make it hard to see the negative in anything. I just stood there in awe, and got a strange sense of the importance in seeing these things. To constantly be surrounded by natural beauty. As if to remind us that the world is a beautiful place no matter what is happening in our own small ...
... catch Hannah Gadsby. "It's cheaper to see her here than at home." So we went to the box office and got some tickets. She was brilliant as expected. Very funny show about art. I've never been to an art lecture, I would go to more if they were all like this. Educational and funny. *****
Our final show for the day was Adam Riches. OMG so funny, my jaw hurt, An hilarious show. How have I not heard of him before? *****
Ten shows over three days. Awesome fun. More to ...
... British Hotel, checked in and thankfully got rid of my suitcase and backpack. Then I went back down to the train station and bought my ticket for Glasgow, which I would need the next afternoon.
Being the very convenient train station it is, I was able to buy something to take back to the hotel for dinner.
Very tired so tried to get this blog finished, dinner eaten and get to bed. I am going sightseeing on my own in the morning.
... our museum just in the nick of time. We moved on down to old town which was a section of Edinburgh with very colorful buildings and shops. We went through a couple of them to see what they had. This area was focused more on artsy and not nearly as touristy. But old town was a short area and we found ourselves headed back to the Royal Mile.
After some more walking, we decided to head to Arthur's Seat, which was the top of an extinct volcano ...