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Continuing yesterday, June 30: After we all freshened up after the hike, we walked to Yo! Sushi for dinner. It was one of those places where they have small plates going around on a conveyor belt with color coded pricing, and we each ordered some hot food and chose some plates off the belt. We had a little discussion about the latitude of Boston vs. Edinburgh (because of the fact that it stays light out until 10 PM here and gets light again at 4 AM), but we decided ...
Today was COLD! It's the first time that we have really not felt like doing too much because of dreary and drizzly weather. It didn't snow again but it's been very windy, so even the lightest rain gets blown quite forcefully into your face. We still got out and had a look around of course, walked a practice journey to the Haggis office across the North Bridge into ...
... that I never have that outlook. There are so many positives and I need to start focusing and appreciating them more. Life is good!!! Today I was determined to put my Edinburgh bucket list together. I needed to write down all the shows I still want to see and all the sites I want to get too. The more I write the more I want to do, so everyday from this point forward has to be packed. Paul had a meeting this morning with the writers of a show called "the girl who...". I ...
... Picts (early Scot's). After several thousands Romans were picked off they build Hadrian's wall. An impressive structure it must have been. Vindolanda was a large fort about 10 miles away that was a major centre for commerce. With the fall of the empire, the Romans withdraw and the people melted away. Digs continue on the site and we witnessed volunteers up to their knees in mud excavating. Over the decades they have uncovered an incredible array of artefacts that have enabled them ...
... dungeons, which is meant to be a historical tour of the Edinburgh dungeons, but its really a historical tour with a bunch of people scaring you like there's no tomorrow. After that freaky experience, we walked down to Holyrood castle. Holyrood castle is where the Royal family stays whenever one of them is in Edinburgh.It is amazing place, built in the 15th century-ish. We each got given a phone like device, that was actually a audio ...