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... classics that they do in NZ and Canada apparently. We were there until they closed at 1 am and then made our way to an insane dance club that had 5 different bars in the once complex all with different types of music playing in each and stayed there until they closed a few hours later too. After a very slow walk home after a required pit stop looking for food we ended up at MacDonald and by the time we made it home the sun was already starting to come ...
... delicacy of haggis, neeps and tatties while Sean goes for the classic bangers and mash. Both are delish and seasoned to perfection, I would certainly not hesitate to order haggis again. Dawn arrives, bringing with it the sunset on our first full day in this glorious city. We see nothing as we are sound asleep and will stay that way for some time. Once up and fed we head down the street in search of the Edinburgh castle, we can actually see it as soon as we walk out ...
... to Scotland. However, you may remember that
pesky train strike a few blogs back. The one that almost ruined my trip to
Amboise? The strikers hadn't returned to work, and I was worried about how I
would get to the airport. Friday morning arrived with the news that my train
from Tours to Charles de Gaulle airport had been cancelled.
Well, of course.
Thankfully, I found a seat on a different train,
but not to the airport ...
We awoke to a wonderfully spread breakfast! Then we ventured out into town. We took the bus to Princes street and walked up to Edinburgh castle. The castle is magnificent! I would have hated to storm it. The castle is still used to house some military, and every day at one o'clock they fire a cannon to mark the time. We got to see the cannon being fired, along with the Scottish Crown Jewels, the stone of destiny, and marvelous views. After visiting ...
... to much other than trundling and eating while in Edinburgh but it was gooooodd! Michaela One second, we did actually participate in one wee touristy activity, and in true Michaela and Kathryn fashion it was of course an underground tour (our 3rd for the trip). But not just any underground tour, it was a Terror Tour, with the promise of their most darkest and frightening stories, told by our very excitable little tour guide dressed in a huge dark cloak. Needless to say I was ...