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... window shopping and looking at Edinburgh’s goodies. The mist and fog was still covering Edinburgh. It was weird. The castle looked amazing in the background through all the fog. Very medieval. When I met with Ray, we learn that the last bus left at 4.00pm and that we had missed it. Ah well, another day perhaps! We went back to Melville Castle, got our bags and headed to the airport. Always sad going home from a great trip but lots to love about Ireland ...
... wood carved stalls. This is the only Scottish chivalric order. Above each prickly stall is the current Knight’s colorful coat of arms. Above the coats of arms are flags, which makes the room festive and colorful.
Walking further down the Royal Mile, we pay attention ...
... out which one to take and he suggested one that went out to the docks. At this time I found out that, although I had only bought a ticket for one of the tours, I could upgrade to all five of the tours for just 4 pounds, which I quickly did.
The second tour did not have a guide onboard, so you grabbed a pair of disposable earbuds and plugged into the audio track. This tour gave some of the maritime history of Edinburgh and ...
... bathroom. After settling in it was time to take in the culture and night life, and what better way to do that than....
As pubcrawl connoisseurs, we were well prepared for the night. Pub crawls are the easiest way to meet new people when you're in a city that you've never been to and to meet people of many different cultures. Chanel and Chris headed back to the hostel, the poor dears seemed ...
... with our friends and look at the shops. Most of the stores were selling tartans and I thought of my dad when I saw the tartans because it reminded me of how he loves to listen to Celtic music on Saturday mornings! The weather is very cold here and I had to wear my heavy jacket to keep warm. Tomorrow I plan to wear more layers to help keep warm while we tour the Edinburgh ...