Premier Inn Edinburgh - South Queensferry
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... sports pub Cask and Barrel and joined the locals for a bit of sport:-). There was a local rugby match we watched and met a few mates sitting next to us, they were very welcoming and bought us a round of drinks. The people of Scotland have been very friendly, they are quick to strike up a conversation and talk about the States. A wonderful Scottish welcome indeed.
Now on to the Highlands and Isle of Skye.
*More photos to come, Internet in Skye is ...
... of the Taliban who destroyed the great Buddhist statues at Bamiyan,
Afghanistan around 2000.
Detracting from the solemn Calvinist atmosphere of Edinburgh’s
Old Town are the tourist hordes who throng the Royal Mile. For much of the day
it’s difficult to walk in a straight line without bumping into clueless group
tourists photographing themselves in front of everything with I-Phones mounted
on selfie sticks. During those hours the Old Town is an ...
... energy, that aligned with the solstice and bogs of peat before we ended up at Tomatin Scotch whisky distillery.
Firstly, I haven't really had any form bourbon, rum or whisky in 9 years (besides the Jamison last week)...but peated barley just smelled so deliciously smokey that I was keen. Luckily a lot of my new friends weren't so keen, so 2 doubles later I was obsessed. That night, back at Loch Ness we enjoyed Black Isle ales and Caledonia's Best with a song ...
Once we had the whisky safely in our hands we were taken into another room which contained the largest whisky collection in the world. Originally acquired by the Brazilian, Claive Vidiz, it was brought to Edinburgh a few ...
8:30 am start. Had a local tour guide, Alan, take us thru the city. A lot of famous writers are either from Edinburgh or now reside here. Authors of Sherlocke Holmes, Rob Roy (Sir Walter Scott),Treasure Island (Robert Lewis Stevenson ), Harry Potter (JK Rowling) Passed a pub that was named after a greatly respected member of Edinburgh's society, William Brodie (1741-88) was a skilful cabinet-maker and a member of the Town Council as well ...