Edinburgh House Hotel
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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 ...
... special night - we were spellbound from start to finish.
Needless to say, after not getting home until the wee hours, the next morning was a bit of a slow start, and we took the opportunity to catch up on the washing and do a few chores. Then we were back off into the city for another round of the Festival. This time we found the Cadenhead Whisky shop; we had visited it when we were here ...
... s uncle, who is also called John Stewart. Driving in a city is way more aggressive than Rhianwyn is used to, but we managed not to be mowed down by the demon bus drivers. The evening was spent staying with Roy, another of John's cousins and a tea pot and salad folks were specially brought out for the occasion. It was interesting to share travel stories, destinations and photos as Roy has also travelled ...
... within the exit poles. On one side is William Wallace and the other the King.
I've only scratched the surface in what you can see here. Being here 2 days wasn't enough to see everything. It is definitely one place I want to see more of and plan a return trip. Considering my Joshua didn't come with me, it's an excuse to return to show him the amazing city that Edinburgh truly is.
Tomorrow i'm off to St Andrew Golf town on the way to the highlands.
... did enjoy a late Devonshire tea after all our walking around the castle. Back on the hop on and off at Holyrood Palace - the Queen's home when she comes to Scotland. Janet and I enjoyed doing this together, while Dave and Paul sat outside the controversial Parliament House (built way way over budget). Fascinating place, especially seeing photos of recent events held in rooms we were standing in. Next stop lunch, followed by some business needing ...