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... terrain in West Lothian is very agricultural
and between the attractive historic towns are also more modern cities and major
A few miles from Hopetoun House I stopped at Blackness
Castle, one of the sites on my membership pass. Blackness stands on the shore
of the Firth of Forth and is one of those bleak medieval fortifications that served
multiple purposes for defense, royal residence, and prison during late medieval
... name): On our way down from Edinburgh castle we were able to use our ticket to visit an old house down the Main Street. Everything was laid out inside how it would have been many years ago. The old furniture was stunning! - Holyrude Abbey: We walked the huge hill down from Edinburgh castle only to find that our cards only got us into one part of the abbey, and we would have to pay to just get in the gate, ridiculous! We didn't go in of course! We had a quick stop in ...
... this visit beyond just going to the Hard Rock Cafe, but since we were there we decided to have our final lunch of the trip and forego doing a fancy last dinner. We indulged in a drink, Kara going with a Raspberry Mojito and me going for a childish yet tasty alcoholic beverage known as the Blue Devil. We decided to get one keepsake glass from the Hard Rock Cafe as a memento of the trip.
Next up on our self-guided walk around Edinburgh was the ...
... great literary minds associated with Scotland. Down another block at the corner was “Deacon Brodie’s Tavern. The hanging signpost above the establishment was a split personality to commemorate Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Coming upon the large Cathedral known as St. Giles’, I was told to find a brick outline on the street in the shape of a heart. This marked the spot of a gallows and the entrance to a prison, which was later removed. ...
... seen, we got some treats for tonight and for tomorrow on the train, chocolate that is. We are not the biggest spenders. Harrods quickly wore a bit thin as it is full of tourists just going for a look and there was absolutely nothing we wanted to buy or for that fact that we could buy. Mervyn joked that I was going to buy a fur coat. We found a part fur coat collar for 350 pounds. Then we found a real fur coat for a 4 year old that cost 5000 pounds. ...