Premier Inn Falkirk - Larbert
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... grave for the next 14 years (the dog even has its own statue outside the pub!). The closing of the Edinburgh Festival was marked with an open air concert in Princes Street Gardens. The concert was a classical symphony accompanied by fireworks exploding above and cascading down the sides of the ancient castle. It was quite a sight despite standing and waiting for what seemed like hours for it to start (whinging really, it was only ...
Caught the early train from London to Edinburgh. Tried St Christopher's backpackers just next to the train station. Was reasonably expensive so kept walking. Went to Malones Old Town Hostel which was a bit cheaper so stayed here. 12 bed dorm above an Irish bar. Quite a small place with no real social area so hard to meet people. A lot of people in our dorm seemed to be in Edinburgh reasonably long term. Walked up Aurthers Seat and Calton Hill. ...
... so I decided to do my own thing and photograph the city. It was the perfect day! I finally ended back up with Stephen and Lauren, and we at fish and chips and a restaurant called The Taste of Scotland Bistro. This meal was one of my favorites so far. I say that about all the food here though. After we finished up at the restaurant, we headed to Edinburgh Castle. I love thinking about how old this castle is, and all the history that has happened right where I ...
So this time I'll let my photos do the talking as really there’s only so much of me blathering on about castles and old stuff before it gets boring.
In our last few days we enjoyed the following:
- A few old churches and cathedrals… some still whole and in use and others ruins
We attended the opening night of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo (http://www.edintattoo.co.uk/the-experi ence) on Thursday and it was an event to remember. They set up stadium seating for about 20,000 in the courtyard of the Edinburgh Castle and the show uses the Castle as a magnificent backdrop for lighting. The show reminded me at some points of a spectacular halftime show, probably because of the marching bands ...