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... When in a big city it's nice to stay in a neighborhood to get a feel of how people live, and as I mentioned before there is less street noise. Edinburgh has a wonderful bus system, the buses run frequently and the fare is reasonable, we purchased an all day ticket for £4 each that worked well for seeing the highlights of the city. Edinburgh is a fairly compact city so everything is within walking distance, however, it is hilly, Brian describes it best as ...
... palace is closed to visitors. Only slightly disappointed as we had spent longer on Britannia than planned, I take a couple of pictures and get back into the car.
We drive back and park the car in the car park behind our flat, look up at the castle and the steps and cobbled streets we have to navigate to get there and we promptly flag down a taxi. Even with being dropped as close as possible to the front entrance it's still quite a walk uphill to the entrance ...
... ring is a sterling silver love knot awwwwwww! We walked our way back to the train to meet up with Kirsty after she finished work and came home for our last night in Stirling. It was raining when we got home but still got dressed up into some kilts and flashed our bums to some friendly old fellas.... Second challenge complete. Pizza and cider for dinner tonight. Tomorrow we head to Paris where we will spend Easter and will start our tour from here on Tuesday. ...
Last stop Edinburgh! Early morning wake up, down to the restraunt in the hotel for breakfast, only £12.50 for full cooked breakfast - sausages, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, croissants, toast, cereal, yoghurt, fruit etc. It was great to eat so we before another big day of travelling.Off to the airport we went to catch the plane, no ...
... Formatine and Buchan Way (a lovely rail trail) near Maud.
On Tuesday we continued on the trail in sunny weather almost to the outskirts of Aberdeen, cycled through Aberdeen, then deviated from the North Sea trail to join up with another rail trail out of Aberdeen following the River Dee-called the Deeside way. This particular rail trail heads west towards Balmoral Castle and also Braemar Castle (owned by my ancestors the Farquharson Clan). We ...