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... I took a nap so I would have enough energy to join in on the Pub crawl that night. The pub crawl was great, and I managed to have enough energy to do a walking tour the next day as well..
Apparently, J K Rowling got some inspiration from the area for her Harry Potter books. One of the private schools that was behind high walls was rumoured by the public kids to have wizardy and witchcraft being taught, ...
... catch up on everything. Celebrated Amy's birthday by finding a gin bar & finished the night off in fingers. It was a great weekend finished off with a matching pelt purchase! Was a very interesting weekend, topped off with a broken bed.
Jason's love for whisky intensified.
We booked a week long Croatia sail cruise for August with the money we got back from our cancelled flights.
Absolutely loving Edinburgh!
... was before I ate it or I would have ordered differently...I Googled it and here is what it states in Wikipedia:
Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver and lungs); minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally encased in the animal's stomach and simmered for approximately three hours. Most modern commercial haggis is prepared in a sausage casing rather than an actual stomach. As ...
Then thru the Lakes District of Cumbria, skipping thru Windemere, Ambleside and many small towns in this area. We had been here 30 years ago on a cold misty January day when the fog almost obliterated the views. So different this time around.
On to Grasmere where poet, William Wordsworth, lived and is buried. The surrounding beauty of the countryside inspired his writings. Most famous poem is "Daffodils".
Then crossed ...
... the certain whisky. From here we carried on and arrived in Edinburgh at approx. 7pm. Now you will be pleased to know we also booked this accommodation in advance. We found a hotel on the main Street of Edinburgh for only £59 per night. We thought this was very strange, as The Fringe Festival was on at this time and the city was very busy. The room was also very cheap for the main Street! We arrived at the Easy Hotel. As soon as we opened the ...