Take a look at a few unique and unusual signs in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland and the country's second largest city.
The Royal Mile is a succession of streets that run from the Edinburgh Castle at the top of the Castle Rock down to Holyrood Abbey. It is Edinburgh Old Town’s busiest tourist street.
The Last Drop Pub got its name because it sits only a few feet away from where public executions took place. The bar is a popular spot for international backpackers, and its ceiling is decorated with paper currency donated by past patrons.
Sinners looking for a last-minute miracle can keep on walking past this church in Edinburgh.
Fun signs are on display at a convention during the annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We think this one means that a steep incline is nearby, which means tourists in wheelchairs may become dinner for the razor-teeth predator at the bottom of the hill. Yikes!
Pay close attention for these signs posted around if you plan on heading out to the pubs in Edinburgh. Stumbling down the street after a few beers or cocktails probably wouldn’t be a wise decision.
We thought this sign was a great way to warn church-goer who may be expecting a short Sunday sermon or service. Patience is a virtue.
This sign really threw us for a loop. However, we do strongly suggest that you avoid the missing foot and the person with the missing foot, if you spot this sign during your leisurely stroll through the streets of Edinburgh.
The snapshot of this sign was taken outside of BrewDog, a Scottish brewery. One of its popular brews includes a Punk IPA, a hoppy and powerful ale.
Here’s another one from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We enjoy the humor. We get the feeling that people in wheelchairs are not treated as equals in the fringe community. Everyone deserves a good time in the torture chamber, right?
So is there a risk living in the New Mart Apartments or is the risk factory located in the New Mart Apartments? We’re not sure, but enquiring minds want to know.
No need to be cautious about danger in this area, however, tourists should beware of the horrors of safety.
This Bad Ass joint, located at 167 Rose Street, looks like a dive bar for a rough crowd, but it’s not. It’s a café and bistro that serves up appetizing food and good wine.
Here’s another fun sign from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Could this be a sign warning skiers? Watch out for people hitting the slopes ahead. They may have foul digestive problems. Honestly we’re not sure what it means, but what do you think?