Edinburgh Conference Centre
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... around the back of the castle onto the famous Royal Mile. They were busy setting up for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo at the castle itself. This is maybe something worth seeing in the future? Walking down the mile there was time for a quick look at the Malt Whisky centre and to enable me to pop into a pub for a swift pint of Belhaven IPA and a whisky chaser before getting ...
... tart with a marmalade sauce!
Today we spent most of the day at the National Museum of Scotland. It is free, and a truly fine place to visit. It has great interactive displays that both kids and the adults all seem to love. Lots of working models and a few full sized models. We certainly didn't get to see all of it. The only museum that I've seen that rivals it is ...
... groups from outside the UK such as the only marching steel drum military band in the world from Trinidad and Tobago, a Zulu troupe
from South Africa who performed war dances set to heavy drumming, and a troupe
Maories from New Zealand who performed hakas (dance like movements intended to
intimidate enemy warriors).
The two hour long tattoo ...
... only us Scots could ******** our way into such a lucrative tourist attraction!' Speaking of Alister, my final day in Scotland was spent in his home town, St Andrews, with him as a personal guide. It says much of his character that our first stop was a pub, though somewhat disappointingly he only had a pint of water! Besides that, the main attraction was a walk across the Swilcan Burn Bridge, and down the fairways of the old course! Well known British golfer (not to ...
... s walking frames, always made two inches wider than the door frames so that the infants could not wander out to the stone staircase.
Near the bottom of the Royal Mile we see a formal garden and, set in the pavement are some markers showing the place of the city wall, beyond which was church-owned land. Hence its name: Canongate. Opposite is a pub called World's End, so called because this was at the city gate and for those that lived here then, it was the ...