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... history of the Edinburgh castle and of Scotland is extremely interesting. Within the castle grounds we saw a soldier dog cememetary, and walked through a church right next to the castle named after St. Margaret built in 1093! Margaret was of the Scottish royalty who wad named Queen when she was 9 months old. Edinburgh castle was built on volcanic rock. Every single rock used to build the castle had to be carried up the huge hill you'll see I'm ...
... pathways and so much more. After this we walked up to Calton Hill where there is an observatory and some monuments. Great views of the city. Then a quick change of clothes before he headed back out for a fantastic dinner and then on to a Ghost Tour. Now back to the room for a few hours of sleep before heading out again ...
... north to Inverness. We did a ton of walking today so it'll be nice to do a little sight seeing from the bus on the way. Funny story of the day, Kelly and I were heading back for lunch (running a bit tight for time) and decided to take a shortcut involving stairs. Needless to say, we were unaware of how many flights there were. Halfway up our glutes were burning and by the time we reached the final step our legs were on fire! Sooooo....maybe not the best shortcut but definitely a good ...
... Mrs Barclay, wife of one of the bus drivers, had handed it in!! So all is well, camera is safe, but I am dependent on my iPhone for photos of this beautiful, beautiful route down along the coast and of course of Edinburgh itself. Not that this will be the last trip, I'm sure!
Waverley Station is under refurbishment, like so much of Edinburgh it would seem; also very big so you feel as if you're going to walk back home before you find your way out. ...
... of our sightseeing was a visit to The Scottish Whisky Experience. We were told about the different types of whisky, the different whisky regions and about how whisky was made. But the climax of it all was - no not the tasting, although that was pretty good as well - seeing the biggest collection of Scotch Whisky in the world. It's a real treasure. Whiskies worth tens of thousands of euros each. Amazing.
Good times. Cheerios
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