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New Lanark: The first of it's kind...
The town of Robert Owen founded in 1785 by David Dale, was a cotton spinning village. It was known as "the great experiment" where individuals were treated with respect and the first infant school was made for young children. All children ages 6-10 were sent to school and the school was paid for by the mill. After age 10, ...
... and and dancers were fantastic! For a grand finale, a Lone Piper set against the magnificent backdrop of Edinburgh Castle left us with a haunting tune reminiscent of Highland days gone by. And finally, an outstanding fireworks display to wrap it all up!
Since its first performance in 1950, the event has never been canceled. During the month of August, 220,000 people attend the Tattoo and another ...
... It was really nice to learn more about these men since they had a large impact on Scottish culture (and the preservation of it), and they continue to be heavily celebrated across the country.
Later that afternoon, Nikki led us down Victoria Street - a curved, picturesque street with boutiques, restaurants, and another Harris Tweed shop. Dad even stopped to pick out some local whiskey. Looping around, we walked ...
... Edinburgh castle was quite a strenuous walk to get to the castle entrance but once at the top is well worth the views. You can take in the whole city and it's amazing architecture which is so worth the breathless walk to the top! We also visited Edinburgh zoo which was a great day out. Don't expect to see the famous giant Chinese Pandas though (which we did!) unless you book a slot in advance. A little disappointed we didn't see the Pandas but ...
... of the Royal Mile is that all our needs and desires for food, hot chocolate, croissants and souvenirs is all serviced in the one area. Battling tourist from all around the world we push through crowds to get the best possible vantage points for photos. It is hard to take a bad photo here as every shot reveals a new angle of this great city. Though we did not partake in some great single malt whiskey nor eat haggis (again!!), we did fill up on some great quality offerings such ...