I went to Scotland on the 7th of August. It was really fun! On the first day, I took a l o n g train ride from King’s Cross to Edinburgh Waverley. Then I took a cab to my hotel. Then I walked to the Grassmarket which was a square that had street performers (I came during the Fringe Festival, so it was a good time to come. The Fringe is where there are lots of shows.) . Then I saw the castle but didn’t go inside. I walked down the Royal Mile and then went to my hotel. The next day I took a bus tour and went a loop before getting off at Arthur’s Seat. Arthur’s Seat is this big mountain that I climbed.
Then it started to rain, so I went to the Edinburgh Dungeon. It was REALLY SCARY. Much scarier than the York one. There was this boat ride in the caves of Galloway in hunt for the cannibal Bean family. Thankfully I sat on the right in the front. Everyone knows that the front is the safest, and before the ride started, the woman told us that cannibals always attack on left. I think the girl behind me literally pooped her pants. Afterwards I went back to the hotel. On the next day I went on a tour bus. Not one that just did Edinburgh but one that went to The Isle of Skye, Loch Ness, and northern Scotland. It took three days. When I got back to Edinburgh I went to this Camera Obscura place and then the Museum of Scotland. Then I got my luggage and went back to King’s Cross.