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... We went home, got ourselves ready with multiple layers of wet weather gear and headed back to the scotch whiskey experience to have dinner as part of our package. We shared our table with two older couples, one from America and one from Germany and a lovely old lady from Australia who reminded me of Nana Dot :p we had some yummy food, more whiskey :/ and some wine and miraculously the horrible weather took a break and cleared up! We watched the whole show with only a few ...
... were built from the 12th century. The buildings are some of the earliest high rise buildings. It is a bit hard to describe how it looks, but there is a lot of character in this part of town. I have walked around for hours just looking. I'll make sure to add a lot of photos. As the population grew within the old town, many were reluctant to live outside the town wall so they built up. At one point there were 80,000 people living within the old town. ...
Our last full day in Scotland was set aside to tour around Edinburgh. Having been into the city a number of times already for night tours this was the first time we had gone into the city during the day.
Before heading into Edinburgh though we made a short detour to Rosslyn Chapel, which is about twenty minutes south of the city. This medieval chapel is overpriced even at a mere 9£. While the chapel itself is an incredible display of architecture and ...
We woke up this morning to a bit of 'the mist' but it quickly cleared to a beautiful sunny day. Mick and I enjoyed a beautiful panoramic drive to The Trossachs which means 'wee list of hills' or mini-highlands. We learned a lot about the area's history as well as viewing some absolutely gorgeous scenery!
In Newhaven, which is a port city near Leith, we saw the old two story row houses along the shore. They each had a balcony where the servants would ...
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So....2 beers, 2 glasses of wine, 2 spanish rum and coke, jagermister, a few tequila shots, a couple of random vodka drinks and 3 hours of sleep anddddd we ...