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... were either at work, away on holiday or didn't know the luch was on. That's Ok because I really wanted to spend time with my Aunties. They are all getting on in years, Wendy is 86, Sheila 84 and Shirley 81, that said, they are still reasonably fit and healthy.
We shared some old family stories of the old days, especially about my mum, which brought back some great memories and drew ...
... there are numerous live performances and activities and the
Scottish take every opportunity to pay out the English as has been the
case for centuries.
So we head off down the Royal Mile, visits numerous
churches, interesting buildings, visit a textile mill where Scottish
tartans are being woven, wander the parks and start to head back to our
hotel. Andrew needs a swim, his back is slowly coming good and the exercise helps. ...
... so I can get into the habit of stretching (and being able to tie up my shoes without falling over). Have also treated myself with 10 vouchers to a sauna/spa/health centre which, as winter and -3 degree temps have started, will be a fun way to prepare.
Photos of my walks around Edinburgh and environs next.
Next step is to practice with my SheWhiz...I told you and I meant it...nerry a squat shall happen....
... official" Edinburgh Festival and the Fringe Festival - a lot of impromptu street acts. And we do mean "Fringe." (See pictures below.) Tens of thousands of people in town.
We had free tickets for a bus tour so we got an overview (all we had time for really). Edinburgh is a wonderfully interesting old town (medieval even) but this is not the month to visit. But Mary especially wanted to ...
... a place called WHISKI that had a very knowledgeable bar manager named Holly and an impressive offering of single malts for only a few pounds a glass. We tried a few that we hadn't had before, which proved to be a challenge! These included the top line Dalmore and a Balvenie aged in rum casks, both of which deserve a big thumbs up - more on the "thumbs up" method of whisky tasting in a later entry... Our last adventure of the day was an underground ...