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... I ate at a Mexican restaurant. It’s a little funny to eat on your own, although I’ve done it before. I looked through my maps and pictures but then found myself just sitting there gazing around the place. It was a chain restaurant called Chiquita’s which tried its best to be a MexTex but it was a very comical attempt. I went back to my hostel to get ready for yet another tour. This time it was going to focus on Edinburgh’s dark side and tell me more about ...
... Arms (http://www.thesalisburyarmsedinburgh.c o.uk/). A delightful restaurant with a Victorian hunting theme. I just love the high ceilings and the detailed woodwork. Dinner is quite good and we walk home to rest for our first day in Edinburgh.
We head downtown to see the pedestrian area. There are artists and performers from the Fringe Festival everywhere. It makes for a lively atmosphere and a lot of people. We walk around and check out some of ...
... to that country is for it to become more like America.....
By this point my brain is needing a rest so I find a deckchair and eat my picnic lunch, watching people, some coming and going, and some sitting down watching me. Although there is the inevitable preponderance of the middle-aged middle-class like myself, many young families are here as well as students and folk who look, let us say, alternative. One of the speakers raises a laugh when he asks whether there ...
... the set of Thriller too!! The gravestones are so old and faded, and crooked. From there we could see the William Wallace Monument across town so we headed there, it's a pretty impressive building and we knew it would have a great view, we just didn't know about the 260 odd steps to get up there but we did it and we are glad we did, the views were awesome and we got to learn a little history about William Wallace, aka Mel Gibson lol. We had it on our bucket list to do ...
... where we were able to see the grounds where the scotch was made and aged, as well as the production process, and again we could taste some samples.
After a good night out making my one last time around the castle and through the gardens I readied for the travel day home. I hope to return soon. It is a very fun, friendly place to visit, and if you are into history, there is much to learn there.