With a Fitbit strapped firmly to my wrist my husband and I tracked our second day in Edinburgh via steps, 23,000 total – 9,000 of which marked our hike to the top of Arthur’s Seat and back down again with a few detours along the way. The crown jewel of Holyrood Park in the form of an […]
Hi there, and thanks for the reblog! I see you’re from one of the most beautiful countries in the world…we traveled there with our children about ten years ago and found it enchanting, I cannot WAIT to return someday. I recently researched my ancestry (I’m half Polish, but the other half was murky.) It turns out my family is much more Irish than I realized, with many of our ancestors from the Donegal area. Although, my maiden name is Scottish, so I’m guessing that’s we got our start. In any event, I’m thrilled you like my post. Edinburgh is amazing.
Hello, actually I am from the US but travel to Ireland and UK. But yes, I am traveling with my ancestors again in July, Ireland and Scotland. I have Irish, Scots and French on Mums side. Thanks for your kind thoughts and I hope to take on Aurthur’s seat next tour, but doing the fringe fest and may not escape.
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Ha, I say…enjoy the fringe. Have fun.
Oh, been waiting a year for it, I plan to