Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Newcraighall)
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... Brad, Blake and Avril and not forgetting Barney.
Sleeping loads as suffering from jet lag for the first time ever. Loads of screaming children on the flight :-(
We then headed North to Scotland and had a scheduled stop in Wales where we found a great B&B where we spent the night. This was then followed the next morning with a great breakfast and a drive to West Kirby where we went on a walk around the man ...
... to political, and social heroes, and and some less deserving "heroes" are scattered throughout the city. We walk past a statue of Adam Smith, the father of capitalism and Chris responds to Elizabeth's historic reference with "So that's who we have to blame." Multiple monuments are dedicated to Sir Walter Scott, a national hero here in Scotland, including a tall stone spire reminiscent of a church tower in the Prince's park, which you can climb for a view of the city-for a ...
... 8217;t break our budget, the food was amazing and the service was even better. It was nice sitting outside and people watching. There are some really unique individuals in Edinburgh that’s for sure! On the way home from tea, we were going to go for a cider at a pub. However, I saw a homeless man sitting on the side of the road shivering so hard I thought he was going to shatter his teeth. So I went down to the bakery and bought him a ...
... by being executed and his body dissected in front of the crowds. Two wrongs may have made a right back then??
We walked up one of the many hills overlooking Edinburgh with Anna and had a couple of drinks at one of the old pubs along from the Palace.
So many people advised us to go further north to have a better look at Scotland and so we went up to Blair Atholl, had a look at the magnificent Blair Castle and stayed at Aberfeldy for a couple of ...
... meandering through the shops, hunting for the Anderson Tartan in honor of my dear friend Brenda (found it in the first shop we looked in), walking down a wee way to visit Greyfriar's Bobby in memory of my sweet Taffy, and then back up to St. Giles Cathedral where the tour would meet. It was actually a good place to wait as there were plenty of benches to sit on in the square along with street performers to entertain us.
At 8:00 p.m. ...