Innkeeper'S Lodge Edinburgh, South Queensferry
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... move from comfort back to camping-always a difficult transition.
Next morning we headed over to the Information Centre, right next to where this historic battle took place. I had never heard of this Battle which occurred in 1746. It was a very gruesome battle lasting less than an hour, but it also stands as a turning point when a lot of the Scottish Highland Clan chiefs lost a lot of their power. To understand what led up to the battle one has ...
... s Seat. At 822 feet high, it was a miracle we made it up! This little dots on those photos are actually people, friends. We started in the parking lot, walked up half-way, then we dismayed when we started walking back down. At the bottom, we were done. We were ready to take the paved road back around the bottom of the mountain to the parking lot. But we met some English hippies who said, go on! Go up to the top! It's not that bad!
We were glad we did ...
We've took another trip and decided to go up north to Scotland! I'm finally getting around to writing this because I really really enjoyed myself in Scotland and did so much I didn't feel like writing anything while I was there.
When we first got there, I must say, Scotland lived up to every stereotype I've ever had; within the first five minutes we saw a man wearing a kilt and heard the sound of bagpipes.
The first night we ...
... by the end. Michaela Much to my excitement and Kathryn's dismay, we arrived back in London! Staying on a different side of town this time we were in the paddington bear district. With only two nights to kill, I was quite restrained in shopping, only visiting Oxford street once, and Kathryn spending her time running through Hyde park almost being knocked over by a dog. (However knowing Kathryn I'm sure the dog was the one in danger of being flattened).... It was a short but ...
... and we went for a typical Scottish evening of haggis and bagpipes. It would be my first haggis experience! Excited to try this interesting mix of meat innards wrapped around tripe and covered with sauce, I prepared myself with a glass of wine prior to the tasting. Surprisingly enough it was delightful! I shocked everyone at home by actually enjoying this cultural dish.
As dessert of sticky pudding arrived, we were fully entertained by a local bagpipe ...