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... drank Scottish whisky and had some chips (french fries, for you yanks). Scottish whisky is brutal; it's about 50% abv and burns when it goes down. I had 3 very small glasses of it, perhaps one ounce each, but couldn't even finish the 3rd one because I was so close to throwing up. I'm not really a total lightweight and hadn't drank anything else that day. Rough stuff.
Walked around the ...
... the corner and in the back of the cemetery, the stone Emily had been searching for on previous visits: the grave of Thomas Riddell, who shed his muggle (every-day human) name and became Voldemort, the arch villain of the entire Harry Potter series. Emily's sleuthing finally pays off. This Voldemort died in 1819.
You can't read it so I'll help out: "She began her journey to literary fame by scribbling in cafes with ...
... a few comedy shows that were on. We found an amazing place that did the best pulled pork and haggis sandwiches for lunch before meeting back up with them! It's called Oink, with a pink sign if anyone is heading to Edinburgh again! We met the others back up on the Royal Mile and headed to meet our old house mate from London, Tanis, for dinner and a drink. She is originally from Edinburgh and had not long moved back up there. After dinner Sim and I had our ghost walking tour and Sonya ...
... the rain had eased off a bit and we were able to wander around the Castle without too much rain interference.
Again, the abundance of treasures horded from around the world stirred a sense of repugnance at the thought of how a lot of these artifacts would have been acquired. It must be a real sense of surrealism to be HM The Queen and know that all of this stuff is yours! Not cheap to maintain, either!
After lunch at ...
... Staying at the Supai Motel
Monday 9th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Seligman to Needles, California
A side trip to the Hoover Dam will be taken and the trip along the Oatman Highway should be spectacular
Tuesday 10th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Needles to Barstow, California
Wednesday 11th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Barstow to San Bernardino, California
Staying at the Wigwam Motel
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