We enjoyed the actors, John Muir and Hazel, and the information they provided about Sir Walter Scott, Robbie Burns, Robert Louis Stevenson and other Scottish writers. Other than the first pub, the other three were not directly related to the writers; they were just pubs. By the time we reached the third pub, it was cold and a bit windy. We were ready for the tour to end rather than sit around while only a few people imbibed. After more than 2.5 hours, we left when the information ended rather than go to yet a fourth pub to just hang out. The tour would be more enjoyable if it were shorter. Perhaps include only two pubs. We didn't need to be walking around Edinburgh just to say that we had, then have to find our way back to our hotel.
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