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... in decor, but you can't have everything. It was still beautiful. I had a great mussel appetizer with a chive and onion cream sauce. The sauce was not thick but very tasty. I had the fried haddock and chips. Overall it was a good meal. The potter tour really should have been called the JK Rowling tour. We started in Greyfriars graveyard. Unfortunately the tour took place in my neighborhood, so I've seen most if these sites. Either way it was interesting. I'm going to geek out so, ...
... this was the most perfect spot in all of Edinburgh. You have a view of old town, new town, Scottish hills, leith( harbor). Literally perfect views of everything. I can hardly describe it in words. I will attach a few pictures for you to see. I was able to climb 143 stairs to the top of Nelson tower and it gave me the most wonderful view. Of course it rained while I was there and then the sun came out and then it rained again. It was also windy, ...
... We ventured to Connemara, and stayed in the party town of Galway (this is a Uni town and Anna and I did our first organised pub crawl, I will end that story there), then red eyed we went to the glorious cliffs of Moher... So glorious that the only day we went it was torrential rain, and the worst visibility it had been in 9 years. But none the less, a wild time was shared fighting against the elements for the best shot of white cloud on your sopping wet ...
... quick look at the outside of W.B. Yeats house, just one of Ireland's famous authors, before heading back into Howth and onto the train back to Dublin. It was a great rambling way to spend the day, out in the fresh air in beautiful surrounds!
The next few days were a bit lazy once again. I spent time picnicking and reading in St Stephen's Green, one of the main inner city parks in Dublin, donated to the city by the Guinness family, and exquisitely landscaped. I ...
... Urquhart Castle and the gorgeous and mysterious Loch Ness. From Inverness we travelled to Edinburgh with a pit stop for dinner at Village of Blair Athol, arriving home 11pm.
Exhausted but thrilled with the day and how the girls withstood the torture of the drive.
Looking forward to walking the Royal Mile in the morning before we move onto the Lake District for 2 nights. Not sure if there is WiFi there, but I'll fill you in when we next have ...