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... in Grassmarket and read my book. Perfect late afternoon. Once I got back to my room, two of my new roomies were there, a mom and a daughter! I have no idea where they are from and they don't understand anything I say, but they seem nice :p it was one of the awkward hostel moments where you are in a small space with people you don't know and can't talk to; I lasted about two minutes before I got up and went to the bar. After debating on what I ...
... where our driver Mark was waiting. We sat near the back. Globus does a skip seat rotation. Each day you move back or forward (depending on which side of the bus on which you are sitting) two rows. Our guide also reviewed about the optional excursions and rules of the trip which I had thought we were going to do last night at the welcome reception, not on the bus. Because of the bicycle race, we skipped the city tour and will pick that up when we return in 10 days. Our ...
... the city center with plenty of large parking spaces (YAY!) and paid to get in. They had a good price and you could take your car in and out of the lot as many times as necessary within 24 hours.
We started heading toward the city, in between all of the tall buildings and uphill roads. There must have been a university nearby as the place seemed to have a younger crowd. A large group of people headed toward the gyms around the area. ...
We had a little sleep in and had some breakfast then headed up to the Edinburgh Castle, passing many shops along the way, which we visited!
One shop close to the Castle was a tartan/ weaving shop which was very interesting to see how tartan is made. This shop had a dress up area where they take your photos so keeping this in mind, we then headed to the Castle.
... castle. It was realy enjoyable and funny with the Captain being very quick witted, and with a broad Scots accent he had the crowd in his palm.
This arvo we took an extended coach tour around Edinburgh and that was excellent too.
Tomorrow morning weve got to get to Waverley station to pick up the hire car and head off to Huntly, which is about 4 hours north of here.
Regards to all,
Alan and Nise