BEST WESTERN Cartland Bridge Hotel
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... the time to do the whole "tourist-y" thing, including a tour in "pod" chairs through a portion of the old mill, narrated and "led" by Annie McLeod, the spirit of a 10 year-old girl who worked the mill with members of her family in the early 1800s. The ride was actually very well done. At the end of the ride, we got to see some of the workers making threads and then spent some time (and money) in the mill gift shop. Also went to see the ...
... from Edinburgh Castle to the Royal Palace. We entered the St. Giles Cathedral and viewed the number of stained glass windows that covered the Cathedral. Outside the Cathedral Cole found a statue of Adam Smith which he was quite excited. We found a small cafe for lunch and tried the goat cheese and chorizo sandwich, which not surprisingly, Amanda was nervous about, but ended up enjoying. Following our lunch, we continued down the Royal Mile and ended up ...
... to the starting point, the total trip taking a bit over an hour. The icicle sitting next to me was blowing in his hands and trying to crawl inside his hat but I just closed my eyes and listened to the wind, the birds and the creaking of the boat.
We chatted with the Captain after mooring and he explained that all Winter they do maintenance on the boats, (we had commented on how good a 1938 boat was looking>. ...
... on the Loch Ness cruise. This was really interesting, as I did not know anything about Loch Ness except the legend of the monster. As it turns out, no one knows much about the Loch as no research has been done since the 80s, so it is shrouded in mystery! Thursday -Different views of Loch Ness -A wee romantic stroll (as Andy like to call it) to the summer house where JM --Barrie got his inspiration for Peter Pan -Glen Afric ...
... John Grey, a night watchman for the Edinburgh City Police in the 19th century. When John Grey died, the dog reportedly spent the rest of his life sitting on his master's grave. We had (another) pint at the adjacent Greyfriars Bobby pub and reflected on our love for dogs - and how much we missed ours back home in the States.
We then walked back up to Edinburgh Castle and went through on a self-guided tour of the interior and Scottish National War Museum. The castle is ...