I haven’t posted anything for a while but this time I actually have a good excuse. I’ve been traveling through Ireland and the United Kingdom. I enjoyed my holiday, as they say over there, but it’s good to be home as well.
I thought I would write a bit about some of the sights and so today’s post will focus on the city of Edinburgh. Edinburgh is a charming city and I didn’t get to spend nearly enough time there. It has wonderful, narrow streets that wind through the old part of town and a marvelous view from Edinburgh castle. The castle itself is full of history and a great place to spend a few hours.
Edinburgh has a long association with famous authors. Robert Louis Stevenson, Walter Scott, and Robert Burns among them. More recently J.K. Rowling penned “Harry Potter” in one of the local coffee shops. A few of you may have read it.
The people of Edinburgh were warm and friendly. They seemed happy to share their city with travelers from all over the world. If you go, make sure to stop at The Piemaker. The Haggis pie was awesome. Yes, I know what haggis is made from but it was still awesome. Overall, Edinburgh was probably my favorite city of all those I visited on my trip. Do yourself a favor and check it out sometime.