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... side streets that lead to interesting locations we would probably have missed.
Near the top of the Royal Mile is Gladstone's Land, a very interesting tenement building owned by the National Trust for Scotland (NTS). We start off in the shop at the bottom which sold cloth, spices and small ale. We learn that the Scottish always measured a yard as 37 inches rather than 36. The reason being that to sell under the yard would be regarded as cheating. The ...
... It was a bit passed lunch time and we were a little hungry, but Helen had arranged an afternoon tea for us, so we didn't want to fill up on too much. We stopped in at the Dryburgh Hotel, just down the road for a cup of soup and a roll. It was just enough to tide us over and the old country hotel was lovely. We drove through rain showers, then the sun came out. And we saw more sheep. The baby lambs are sooo cute. A prickly plant called gorse was in bloom all over Edinburgh ...
... of a lifetime. We visited Edinburgh last year on our 3 week Scottish driving excursion that took us from Skye to Portpatrick to Dumfries and many points in-between. We decided then that 2 days to experience the Festival were hardly enough so we had every intention to return this year. In the meantime, we made a commitment to go camping on the San Juan Islands off the coast of Washington state during ...