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... at Perth Bridge.
Ate my homemade roast chicken sandwich in front of St John's Shopping Centre.
Bought a new battery for my Samsung mobile - which seemed to need charging every second day - no regrets Peter Sykes! For GBP8!
Left one hour earlier than planned and just as well - it decided to pelt down!
Miss you all! xxx
... is well worth the visit. The views from the top looking around the city are amazing and the sun has come out to aid in our picture taking.
After the castle we walk around checking out the Fringe events and then head back for some R&R.
Today we are heading to a suburb of Edinburgh called Leith. This is the waterfront area where the port is. Also it is the home of the Royal Yacht the Britannia. This is the yacht that carried Queen Elizabeth ...
... of Edinburgh which meant a 30 minute walk into the "hot spots", but boy was it refreshing! It was a quiet and quaint neighborhood filled with greystone town homes, Mercedes and little parks. I would highly recommend the Hotel Bonham if you are planning to head over there anytime soon!
Edinburgh is an interesting place. It's a beautiful, historic city with huge grand buildings ...
... April than it did over the whole winter which was weirdly dry. It is definitely starting to get warmer though.
We hit up the National Museum of Scotland one weekend which we had been meaning to go to for ages. We didn't do a full tour, only went to see the Wildlife Photography exhibition which was very good.
Tried new recipes
Got to go the the Balmoral for drinks one night - a very posh and beautiful hotel. Quite the story!
Booked a trip ...
... The whole thing revolved around whether or not Henry’s second wife Anne Bolyne was recognized as his wife in the eyes of the church and whether or not Elizabeth was considered legitimate or born "on the wrong side of the blanket". All of this debate was taking place at the time of tremendous religious struggle between the “new” protestant religion and the established Catholic one. Elizabeth absolutely recognized Mary’s claim ...