Gee things have changed a bit sence I was there.
While there you must look up your family name, to find your Scottish roots. Every name came from Scotland, you know. Even MacSvevenski, has a family tarton. You need to know this for your kilt.
I also understand that tourists are required to buy a kilt. Then to wear it everwhere. The proper tourist kilt goes to mid thigh, and the hose (socks) go to mid calf. This kilt should be warn in the "Regemental Mannor". Sneakers, knives (At least three), and a T shirt with the lable "Honk for Hooters", are considerd formal.
A real tourist also should be equiped with a set of bagpipes. Any store will sell you a set for about $35.00 or so. Carry these around and feel free to join in any band you should see. If they run away, well that's why you have the sneekers, to keep up.
I can't wait to get back, to wander Princess Street, to show off me kilt, ahhh Summer in Scotland.
I noticed that when I wave, the all wave back, and say I'm number ONE! Odd choice of finger though.