The Lodge at Carfraemill
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... 160; Pam and i decided to walk the block for a local pub for dinner - Yummy food and drink. Thursday 11th Pam and i went into town to “browse/shop” in town, were I purchased a replacement camera for my dead one! Man i’ve missed having a decent camera! Early afternoon, we met up with everyone and went to Edinburgh Castle, its fabulous and to think how old, and who has travelled and lived there is amazing! ...
... the graves were literally inside of it. I am used to the U.S. way where there is a separate plot of land, typically not on the church grounds. I think that having the cemetery right outside (or inside) the church reminds people of how close death is and perhaps a marketing technique to make them go in and worship. Nevertheless, it was pretty neat being that close to the graves of people who have changed the world (just realized while I’m typing that Charles Darwin is buried in ...
... you have the least bit of interest in hearing this type of music, this is the place and the show to see. This has been on my bucket list for years and the performance tonight exceeded any of my expectations. I'll include a link for the Tattoo or check them out on You Tube. (http://www.edintattoo.co.uk). The pictures don't do it justice, but take a look. Well another perfect ending of the day, back to dreaming of pipers.
Today Guenther has a message and I ...
... tell this was going to be a bumpy ride. I'd put my hood up hoping to fall asleep, taking off I'm holding on for my life, as the seat belt signs get turned off, I put the window down, they are telling us we are 1 hour 30 away, maybe this won't be too bad. I'd fallen asleep, slept the entire way, going down now and the rain is worse here then when I left, it's so bumpy I have to hold myself in place, I can't see the ground I'm preparing myself how the thud when we hit the ...
... been in the 17th century. Next was the Scottish Parliament Building. A very modern building, which does look a little odd contrasted with the Old Town surrounding it. There wasn't a lot to see here, but I did have a wander around and they had an exhibition on of tapestries depicting things relating to Scotland. Leaving there I went across the road to the Palace of Hollyroodhouse. Admission includes an audio guide which takes you through all the rooms and tells you all about ...