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... on the streets (we didn't feel right about it so I hid it in my jacket sleeve the whole time.) They sell mixed drinks in cans here. So I decided to give it a shot. I was hooked. Dan tried every type of beer while I'm downing jack and cokes and such. Yum. We found the Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh, the Caledonian. It was magnificent. It blew me away. Their lobby was very small but had an amazing chandelier but then you walk into their lounge and WOW. ...
... moved as we chose to sleep above the cab which has no room once up there. We were fuelled, showered and off to the bus stop by 7.40 am. The bus trip into Scotland Capital city since 1437, Edinburgh took a good 50 minutes so we arrived around 8.50. Where hopped off the bus just around the corner from a large rocky outcrop adorning the well known Edinburgh castle. We went and sat in East Princess street gardens situated at the bottom of the castle walls to eat motorhome made sandwich ...
... we took some photo ops and move on to the Royal Mile. This was the area full for shops and was very busy.
We stopped for lunch at a middle eastern restraint and ordered a chicken and lamb shwarma. It was an interesting take as the pita bread was made more like a Panini and sealed such. Regardless it was great and nice to get some food that we hadn't had for at least a month. After lunch it was time to shop!
Shopping in Edinburgh ...
... to upload photos, write this entry and have a little rest. I am planning on leaving about 6.30 and might even catch the bus up that wretched hill because I will still have the Mound to tackle.
I am keeping an eye on the weather and, whilst it is slightly overcast, people are saying that it is not going to rain. I will however still take all necessary clothes, just in case!
You will hear all about my night in the next ...
... escapes me, but type in Edinburgh on google image search and this monument pops up. Satisfied we'd seen everything there was to see, we made our way down the hill.
The street the path emptied us onto turned out to be the same street we incorrectly entered onto on day 1. Without the baggage that came with that day hanging over us, this time we were able to get a better look at downtown Edinburgh. We saw a Mcdonalds, and I'd heard that Mcdonalds around the world have ...
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