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... Salisbury Arms. A delightful restaurant with a Victorian hunting theme. I just love the high ceilings and the detailed woodwork. Dinner is quite good and we walk home to rest for our first day in Edinburgh.
We head downtown to see the pedestrian area. There are artists and performers from the Fringe Festival everywhere. It makes for a lively atmosphere and a lot of people. We walk around and check out some of the performers and then head over to Mary ...
... out for food.
We found a cool little bar not far that was serving 2 for 1 pizza’s…..when in Scotland eat Italian J Not sure what they were doing for the 45 mins it took to create 2 very average, oily pizza’s but they hit the spot.
We decided earlier in the day after local suggestions to do the Edinburgh ghost tour. Seemed like the tourist thing to do so we planned to jump on the 7pm tour. Due to the unexplainable wait for ...
Yesterday we arrived in Scotland to the most beautiful weather but were told to not expect it to last. Today was decidedly different, overcast and cool (real Scottish weather we kept being told). We caught the bus into the city. Thanks to a very helpful chap who we met at the bus stop, obviously clued onto the fact we were tourists and went out of his way to help us, even to the extent of getting off the bus 1 stop before he needed, ...
... whisky), especially as the main course of a Burns supper.
When the waitress brought the check I told her I had googled it and found out what it was. I then described liver hash and rice and she said, "Eweee, I wouldn't eat that!"
This is great place for shopping...went on a little shopping trip before going back to the hotel for the evening. The castle was all lit up at the top of the hill, so pretty! We couldn't have asked for a better hotel ...
... s best, as long as I liked - there was ************e else in the room and those that were, were looking at the Botticelli or the Vermeer.
Gorgeous Velasquez, wonderful El Greco, fantastic collection of impressionists with at least one of every single important painter including a fabulous early Van Gogh and a wonderful Cezanne, very grey and cubist, great Tintoretto, with a Christ being taken down from the Cross about twice as long as any normal body.... Too ...