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... would stumble through these alleyways, hear someone yelling up above, look straight up, and get a face full of poo. This is where the term "****-faced drunk" originates from. This is the kind of history I came to learn about.
We also learned a bit about the literary history of Edinburgh. A lot was about Harry Potter. JK Rowling moved to Edinburgh and based much of the books on the actual city. We walked down the original Diagon alley, saw ...
... got the names of many of her featured characters off centuries-old tombstones in thousand-year-old graveyards.
Note the architecture: Having avoided all the murder and mayhem of the 20th century's world wars, unlike London, the place is awash in all things very, very old.
The cemetery in the Greyfriars churchyard, above and below, where many hundreds-of-years'-old notables in Scottish history ...
... because of the Tattoo. Or so we thought.... Sim had just headed down to the shower and seeing as my phone was dead I decided to use Sim's phone to have a look at my Facebook.. Low and behold a text message comes through from Sonya saying she is at the train station waiting for us.....this was at 10pm and she had gotten in at 9pm. Sim had said she wasn't coming up until the following night.... Dad Davidson had got it right and said she was coming up tonight. So I unconverted the ...
Well, yes, it is raining again this morning - albeit a little lighter than yesterday. So we head out and book ourselves a Hop On Hop Off tour. We have generally found these to be the best way to get the "lay of the land" when travelling in the US or in Europe, however our experience in Dublin left us feeling like we didn't get the same experience as we normally have ... and after getting stuck at a red light that simply would not change for ...
Friday 6th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Gallup to Holbrook, Arizona
Visit the Petrified National Park
Staying at the Globetrotter Lodge which features colourfully decorated rooms
Saturday 7th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Holbrook to Williams, Arizona
Sunday 8th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Williams to Seligman, Arizona
This day is dominated by the train to the Grand Canyon
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