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... countryside, beautiful villages like Falkland, and along a loch near Kinloss. We cycled up into some higher country to camp the night then continued down the next morning across the impressive Forth Bridge, then on into the gorgeous city of Edinburgh. We settled into the little apartment which we have rented for the next 4 nights. Today the weather has closed in with drizzle and fog, so no sightseeing today. We look forward to getting out to explore the city ...
This morning we sadly had to say goodbye to London. The doorman whistled us a taxi which took us up to King's Cross Station where we caught the 10:30 East Coast train to Edinburgh. Before leaving we watched the kids having their photos on Platform 9 & 3/4 and had a look through the Harry Potter Shop where Chelsea bought a Hedwig. The train was quite comfortable with ...
The next day we toured Edinburgh. Our first stop however was the pub for a big Scottish breakfast which included the usual eggs, bacon and baked beans with a Scottish flavour of haggis and black pudding. It was absolutely delicious. We then visited the Hollyrood castle, the Parliament building and a very interesting museum called ‘the people’s choice’ which gave a detailed description of the history of the city and it’s people since ...
After many months of planning and research, our holiday can now begin. Ya dancer Just in time by the look of it as SNOW is forecast this weekend !! Checked the weather in Hong Kong. Lovely jubbly. This is my first attempt at one of these so be patient and have a laugh if I cock it ...
... pubs history and how it came to being. Love it!! I enjoyed the National Museum too...it's free (god love the UK!!) and I only saw the Scottish history side (it's too big for my limited time). But the history of Scotland is just amazing...how the 4 main regions (Scots in the West, Picts in the East, Norse in the North, and Britons in the South) came together and formed clans, avoided Roman rule, fought the English, converted to Christianity, and more. It never ceases to amaze me how ...