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... of a nearby church. There they remained until 1660 when the restoration of Charles II saw them brought out of hiding and celebrated... Until 1707 when Scottish Parliament was dissolved and unified with/taken over by England for good. England already had a set of regalia, so the Scottish Honours were locked in a large oak trunk and stowed in a storage room, hidden away and forgotten until Walter Scott found them again in 1818. But it doesn't end there. In 1993, ...
... show. We have explored the castle before but it is always fun and quite amazing, perched so high on its rock, and on this wonderful afternoon we had a panoramic view over the city and the Firth of Forth. Tonight we went to a little restaurant - Le Petit Paris - so you can see we are serious about getting into French mode. I had an onion soup and mussels - delicious, Amr had black sausage ...
... and take a walk to new town. One of the girls needed an ATM and that's the closest for her. New town is the section of Edinburgh that borders old town. All the affordable flats are there as well as shopping, the mall, botanical gardens stuff like that. As we made our trek over it started to rain heavily. That wasn't going to stop us. We hit a small street fair and then decided we wanted to find food and get out of the rain for a bit. We asked one of the locals about good "pub grub", ...
... up to the Castle and then down the Royal Mile (for a mile) to Holyrood Palace. We were keen to have a tour of the palace, but unfortunately Lizzie is in residence at the moment - it is Royal week! Walking back up the hill we found Calton Hill, the site of some Scottish monuments and with great views to the harbour and over Edinburgh. The sun was shining and whilst walking up hills we were quite warm, but the sun only stayed out for the morning and by ...
... statues feet position represents how the person riding them died and the royal mile isn't actually a mile it's about 102yards longer.There were a few Aussies on the tour, 2 girls from Adelaide and 2 guys from Brisbane, it was good to have a chat to some fellow Aussies and hear about their travels. After the tour we went to "the royal mile" pub for some lunch with a discount because we had done the tour. I stayed safe and had fish, chips and salad and James had the traditional ...