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... Royal Mile there are many tourist shops, and other tourist attractions.
Chalton Hill is an easy walk from the Royal Mile and worth the climb up hill for more sites of the city and the surrounding area. South of the hill sits Holyrood Palace, the Queens Residence while in Scotland.
The tour through the Palace is worth doing and a good way to spend a couple hours. You can stop throught Queens Gallery if ...
... at Whole Foods is tied with working at REI. I've also planned next summer's flower beds so that they mimic Ireland's overgrown cottage gardens.
Edinburgh, St. Andrews and Dunfermline
We really packed in a lot when we arrived in Edinburgh in the early evening of Sunday, September 15, since we were leaving for Poland on Tuesday at 5:30 pm our time was limited. We drove to St. Andrews golf course first thing on Monday morning. We are not golfers but ...
... whisky sauce it was very delicious! After lunch we said our goodbyes as I wouldn't be seeing Caitlin and Gabi again on my travels. I met back up with Kev and Erin and after getting a few supplies from Tesco's, we headed back to our hotel.
There was a bowing alley next to our hotel which had sky sports, so we decided to watch a bit of the cricket. When we headed across the score was 2 for 150, and we witnessed 7 wickets for about 30 runs. Not a great session of cricket ...
Drove from York to Edinburgh via Hexham, and stopped off at a Roman Fort and Hadrian's Wall along the way. It was really interesting at Housesteads Roman Fort, in Northumbria, where we stopped for lunch and stretched our legs with a walk up a hill to the remnants of the roman fort, and of course to see a small section of the wall.
We probably took the longer but ...
... by the end of the day with so much walking, it was great fun! Friendly and fun people, great atmosphere and awesome architecture! What more could you want? We were very sad to leave Scotland indeed!!