This one, like the last post, is also from September, 2006.
After the train brought us back from North Berwick (see previous few posts) to Edinburgh’s Waverley station, we walked back to our hotel via Princes St and Lothian Rd. Click any of the pictures below to see them bigger (if seeing in email or social media you may need to click the post title first).
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After the cathedral we walked to the Grote Markt (the central market square or “big market”) and on to the riverside, walking up to the Lange Wapper a statue of a character from local folklore who appears to be urinating on some of his supplicants. Click pictures to see them larger (click the post title, above, if you’re seeing this in email and clicking pictures doesn’t seem to work).
(with apologies to Nevil Shute)
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From Killigerran Head we passed Zone Point along the Coastal path to the Battery Observation Point and Lighthouse at St Anthony Head. If viewing in email, click the post title to click into the images and see them larger.
After dinner we explored the beach and seashore. Click any image to see them all enlarged to full size.
Our last view of Margate in the sunny afternoon.
Seagulls and their shadows