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We are staying on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. It is called that because it was the path that the King took to go to his hunting lodge from Edinburg Castle. After we went to Edinburgh Castle where James VI of Scotland was born. We took a Mercat tour of the secrets of the Royal Mile. learned a lot about the hisory of Edinburgh. One thing we learned concerned statues of horseman. If the horse has two front feet off ...
... of the Royal Exchange built on top of them. The remaining tenements and business below the foundation level were not abandon until the late 19th century.
The Old Town of Edinburgh, Scotland, consisted originally of the main street, now known as the Royal Mile, and the small alleyways and courtyards that led off it to the north and south. These were usually named after a memorable occupant of one of the apartments reached by the common entrance, or ...
... deserved feed at Wetherspoons (our new found fav eating place….and there went our healthy day….) and ciders back at the hostel in the Belushi's bar where we watched Argentina play *****ia in the World Cup. Chris and Chanel had a quiet night in of movies, while Phil and I decided to get our money's worth with our pubcrawl wristbands and headed out for another night on the town….. The cafe with a view- Thursday 26th June Last day in Edinburgh. ...
... It was great. After this we headed up to the Edinburgh Castle to finish our last day. We didn't go inside because it was crazy expensive, but we did get to take some pictures of the outside and see partially the inside of the castle before they asked us for tickets to go further. It was a pretty impressive castle. Afterwards we got our stuff from the hostel and headed to our train to get back to school. It was a great weekend! I would love to visit Edinburgh again.
First up for the day was an Edinburgh City Tour and Castle.
We picked up our guide Eddie Ramsay who gave us a city tour and directed us around the castle. The weather is bleak and it begins to rain on and off, along with the cold.
We visited the tomb of the unknown soldier, Mary Queen of Scots apartments, the Crown Jewels and Stone of Destiny, the Great Hall, the Royal Scots Guards ...