15 Merchiston Gardens
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... deep at its deepest point. It's in a fault line, which is really cool. Also, because it's so massive, it stays the same temperature all year long. All single malt whiskey is made from the same 3 ingredients - water, barley, and yeast. Whiskeys taste differently from one another because of the water that's used. Whiskey distilleries are always found well outside of cities because of the water quality necessary to make a good ...
... said farewell and went to the Airport where we flew to Iceland.
Our hostel is pretty good. Really trendy. Makes me feel like I am back in Newtown.
We had dinner down stairs in the pub/restaurant. It was nom Maggie got a Goats cheese burger which consisted of a whole lot of the stuff and I got lamb shanks. Very nice food.
Thursday 14th August 2014
... bikes were the last to load . People on board were taking photos of the line of bikes , so must have look great .
We were thee across with bikes and the length of the ship , this gave problems to tie down . So after a difficult time .( well when the man on a scooter had gone and we were able to put a tie down under his bike had gone ) It was a frustrating 15 min.
Up the stairs to our cabin . They are ...
... would have walk ways that wrap around them so people can get to the top stories. They were built in a steep hill so when they were built over the top of the hill had all of its buildings demolished and then they built straight out from that point so all the houses lower down on the hill were preserved. It was really cool walking around there and seeing these streets and buildings from like the 1500s. They weren't perfectly preserved but you could get the idea of what ...
... Zealand army band, and marching girl team...precision marching. They also had the mechanical horse from the stage show War Horse, it was so hard thinking people were inside it operating it...just magical. I was seated next to a guy from somewhere in England with the broadest cockney accent I have heard...couldn't understand a darn thing he said all night...I nodded and grinned at the appropriate times, but I think he saw through ...