Pitbauchlie House Hotel
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... I kept an eye out for the red squirrel family in the area but unfortunately had no sightings, we did see 2 deer and tonnes of pheasants which Matt sat for ages photographing. Later on we took our empty lemonade bottle and walked down the road to buy some of their neighbours homemade cider. Even Matt liked the taste. From this day began our ritual of the 'night cap' wether it be a ...
... looking for was not there, I then stopped and took a moment and realized that the street I was in search of was some 50m below me as I was on the upper level of the city streets. In this part of town there are a lot of very small hidden lane ways and steps, only wide enough for a couple of people, so if you know what these mean on a map you are ahead of the game. Streets and Lanes While we are on the subject this is worth a mention, the roads in most parts of Scotland and I would ...
... fish & chips. I DID try the haggis...it actually wasn't bad the way it was prepared. I'm still not sure it's something I would order myself, but I can say I tried it and kept it down. LOL
It's still VERY light out at 9 p.m., which makes it seems like it's still early. We'll enjoy a relatively easy day tomorrow, but it'll be exciting seeing two of the biggest and most famous historic sites in the country.
Now, we are in Edinburgh. To recap:
We are on the top floor of a 4th floor walk up.
We are in a college town.
We have finally found a place to park the car.
We are now ready for our first day in Edinburgh.
We are going to the castle (Another castle! Calm, calm, this could be fun).
Our first assignment of the day is to get where all of the tour buses start. We need to catch a city ...
... this construction the remains of King Robert the Bruce (Robert I) were discovered. These were re-interred in the newly built church beneath the pulpit. This church is still in use today. Major conservation of the old church and excavation of the abbey began around 1840. After doing the self-guided tour and wandering the grounds for a while, we headed back out on the road north. Our next planned stop, Lochleven ...