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... At one point our guide shone her flashlight up above and we could see the foundation of a newer government building about 3-4 floors above our heads. From there we meandered through the damp streets past groups of "Yes" and "No" voters as they preached from their soapboxes about how their beautiful homeland would surely perish should their side fail. The city was a buzz with signs and people handing out fliers and promotional materials. I particularly enjoyed ...
... a maze to finally come across the Scottish Crown Jewels or as they like to put it 'the honours of Scotland' which had a rich history to say the least, getting buried a few times before England borrowed them for a time. We walked though part of the royal palace and into the great hall, saw where king James had been born and found some cool armour. Had a quick look in the Royal Scot's regimental museum, the Royal Scot's dragoon museum and a few more dragoon ...
... Street Gardens where the Scott Monument is located. We encountered more of the Fringe Festival was going on with street entertainers, more booths, and a concert. We walked over to the Festival Wheel (ferris wheel) and saw the city from the air! We then returned to St Andrew's Square for dessert, ice cream cones. We returned to the hotel room for the night, ready to relax, read, type and a good night's sleep. We are at the hotel for three nights so we can settle in and enjoy the ...
... have trying to get past airport security, but it looked as though she had her routine figured out and had been in Edinburgh for some time. I asked if I could take her photo, and just when I thought she had no spare flesh left to meddle with, she stuck out her tongue to pose for the portrait and there to my amazement was even more bling. After capturing this human oddity I walked around a little more, peeked inside the wonderful St Giles Cathedral, and then went straight ...
... to the apartment, yes more stairs to the 3rd level and by the time we carried 8 bags up 52 steps we were in need of a drink!
The apartment is amazing, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and fantastic, full kitchen and lounge. We headed out to see the shops and ended up doing food shopping, only problem is whatever we buy, we had to lug back down that same hill again and all those steps!!
We had a lovely Indian meal for dinner and went back to apartment to get cosy for the ...