Edinburgh, Scotland

Like I said in my little teaser… i loved Edinburgh.  
Friendliest people ever.
Maybe the only drawback was the fact that i gave up on doing my hair.
as you’ll soon see.
Also, I wish I had more time there.  but isn’t that always the case.
here’s our little guide on sweet Edinburgh (:  
… the place J.K. Rowling wrote Harry Potter
…. and my ancestors hailed from.  
{Walk the Royal Mile: from one end to the other}
{go on a mercat history tour – to the underground city of Edinburg}
{hike up to Arthur’s seat… crazy this is an old volcano!}
{go to Hollyrood Palace… sadly it had closed that day as someone was staying in the palace}
{buy all of your clan’s plaid if you’re scottish}
{walk to Victoria Street … it is so cute!}
{of course, visit the castle!}
{the botanical gardens are incredible!}
Eat & Drink in Scotland:
{Drink whiskey at The Last Drop, which was literally the place they took people to drink right before they hung them … we didn’t know this until after we got a pint there.  thinking it was so cute. ha ha}
Dinner: Mussels Inn
{sea bass}
{garlic and shallot mussels}
We ate here for dinner as well, but sadly i didn’t snap any pictures:  The Shore
A bite at the Red Coat Cafe for a snack per Aspiring Kennedy’s Suggestion too.  
Lunch at Larder
{asparagus and goat cheese tart}
best whiskey sours. i’ve ever had.
but then again, i had never had one until then.
nonetheless, i’m certain they can’t get better.
now i just need to watch the movie.
{I could get lost in this little Cheese shop forever}
{Don’t get me started on how good this fudge is from The Fudge Shop, on the Royal Mile}
Love you, miss you Edinburgh.  
{pronounced eggs and butter as Em explained to me… 
and it really helped me with pronounciation}

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