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NOTE： There are several routes to the top, I prefer to take the red route which is the best route for great views from the summit of Arthur's seat and not too steep. It'll take about two hours to come and back.
NOTE： Arthur's Seat is the main peak of the group of hills in Edinburgh, Scotland which form most of Holyrood Park. It is situated just to the east of the city centre, rises above the city, and provides excellent panoramic views of the city and beyond, is relatively easy to climb, and is popular for hillwalking.
NOTE：Find a restaurant or bistro to take rest and chill.
NOTE：Sign up Edinburgh bar crawl for tomorrow night.
NOTE： Wandering around the street to Edinburgh Castle to see the sunset.
NOTE：See sunset on the castle.
NOTE：The ticket's price for Edinburgh Castle is £17 per person, it includes entrance to all attractions within Edinburgh Castle and short introductory guided tour (English only and first-come first-served basis).
NOTE：Check the tide period, because we are going to CRAMOND ISLAND!!!!
NOTE：Cramond Island is a tidal island about one mile out to sea, which is connected to the mainland at low tide across the Drum Sands. On the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institute) Queensferry website there is a list of “safe crossing times” and it states that the “times are given as a guide and may change due to weather and conditions. Times listed in WHITE are the first safe crossing time and those listed in RED are when to be back on the mainland”.
NOTE：Take some pictures and walk around.
Take bus to the town
NOTE：The price depends on which tours you take. Silver tour is £15.5, Gold tour is £27.
NOTE：Since we've already been in Scotland, we can not miss to taste the Scotch Whisky!!!
NOTE：Get ready for Bar Crawl!!!!!
NOTE：Get some food and visit Victoria Street.
NOTE：It's one of the highly recommend restaurants in Edinburgh, but the price isn't that lovely; so it's optional schedule.
NOTE：The price is £15.5, we need to book it first.
NOTE：Mary King's Close is a historic close located UNDER buildings on the Royal Mile, in the historic Old Town area of Edinburgh, Scotland. The close was partially demolished and buried due to the building of the Royal Exchange in the 18th century, and later closed to the public for many years. The area became shrouded in myths and urban legends; tales of hauntings and murders abounded.
NOTE：Calton hill is a best spot to photograph Edinburgh Castle, also, we can climb to Nelson Monument to see the beauty of city, but it will cost about £5 for the entrance if we get on the top.
NOTE：Just walk around and maybe find something for dinner.
NOTE：Grab some bread for lunch in case we'll be in the suburbs.
NOTE：Let's go hiking!!!