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... to realize what was special about this particular one. We finish up there and get a goody bag which had been advertised on the flyer and which we were all pumped for. Get a free sample of blended scotch and a scotch tasting glass, very useful indeed.
Head back to the hostel to drop off our bags before heading back out to wander the town. Spend the next couple of hours bar hopping, having a good time. Edinburgh is a fantastic city.
... till you get to Holyrood Palace (The Queen's residence) and Scottish Parliament. Then you see this massive Volcanic Crag which juts out of the earth. That is Arthur's Seat. Some scholars have said that is was the actual location of Camelot. Who knows?
Today we attempted to climb the bugger.
May I say it is steep and rocky and there are no safety anythings. The only provision for ...
We leave Faulty Towers this morning after our interesting shower, the weirdest shower I have seen, you have to get out of the shower to adjust the temperature! The shower curtain is across the top of the bath and down the side of the bath so there is no way to get to the taps at top of the bath located on the other side of the curtain....... Goz has the first shower and there is a flood all over the bathroom ...
... etc. We scrambled around the battlements and among the cannon overlooking the city. In summer the castle does not look as forbidding as it does in winter.
The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is also on at the moment, so there are lots of street performers along the Royal Mile.
Had morning tea in a cafe buried deep within the walls of an old stone building on the Royal Mile. ...
... earlier of the first Tay Bridge. Until 1917, when the Quebec Bridge was completed, the Forth Bridge had the longest single cantilever bridge span in the world. We stopped for some photos then Helen actually took us to her home in Cramond. It's a beautiful neighborhood and we can see how raising her girls in this area had a lovely community entity. Dave and I got to see Afternoon Tea Tours' International Headquarters and she invited us for tea, which we ...