Taking advantage of the seemingly dry weather yesterday my friend and I pottered down to Leith to take in the sights of the Royal Yacht Britannia. I couldn't believe that I hadn't been to visit before, but was so glad to share the experience with her.
|The Gorgeous Britannia (so shiny)|
We were really fortunate with the weather, and the sun actually peeked out from behind the clouds for a decent period of time. The top deck of the yacht has been turned into a tea room...serving sandwiches, soups, salads and a selection of cakes...we decided to take a break in our tour for something to eat. We both ordered scones and tea...I was a bit disappointed that they didn't offer a proper afternoon tea (sandwiches, scones, cakes) but having read that the scones were baked on board the yacht I was happy with my selection.
The scones were generous and fresh...and the tea was refreshing. We sat looking out over Leith harbour and chatted the time away. The weather held up and we finished our tour of the yacht (it was awesome I highly recommend it) and I suggested that we take a little potter along the Shore.
I hadn't planned on taking my friend into Mimis Bakehouse but when I saw the blue sign I just had to walk in the doors. My friend went snap happy while I chose some treats for the road (well for after dinner with a cup of tea). Another lovely day out seeing the sights and eating cake for lunch!
Malteser Slice and Rocky Road Blondie