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... performance of by the massed musicians and dancers, a fireworks display, and the lone piper who played “After the Battle” from a vantage point high up on the castle.
This was a wonderful show. This was all that I expected. In
fact last November when I purchased the tour ticket and performance ticket I
also purchased another ticket to see the same show on Saturday.
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After only a little more than an hour we had arrived at Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. Exiting the train station we had no idea how far we would have to walk to get to our hostel, and there it was, right in front of the station. However, again our room was not ready to be checked into so we stored our luggage and decided to have a walk around the city.
... and I introduced mum and dad to the Free Walking Tour company. We walked with a tour group for two and a half hours and he showed us around the main areas of Edinburgh. The layout of the city is very unusual, as there is a massive rock looking over the city where Edinburgh Castle stands. Three sides are virtually a straight drop down, and the fourth side of the castle is where the main drag is (the Royal Mile). It is here where pretty much all of Edinburgh ...