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... told us stories of people who went in and never came back out, the ghosts who have been witnessed in each one and of visitor encounters. The Watcher seems to be the most witnessed entity and also the most scary.
In the last room we were told the story of a haunted hotel's attic room within the city although the name and exact location was never mentioned. We thankfully were not staying in an attic room.
After the walk around the vaults we were led upstairs to ...
... taxis speed across the water, connecting the juxtaposed metropolises. Edinburgh is also a little like something from Calvino. The city is built on a hill, which you don't really notice - it doesn't feel particularly high up. It does make the city a really layered one. When we exited the station, we walked along the road and my map told me we had to turn right down the next street, but the little spot on my map kept passing the street we needed to be on, ...
... a string of pearls, or a pair of pants
or a wig with curls, or Another Chance.
Everyone is just waiting.
That's not for you!
Somehow you'll escape
all that waiting and staying.
You'll find the bright places
where Boom Bands are playing.
With banner flip-flapping,
once more you'll ride high!
Ready for anything under the sky.
Ready because you're that kind of a guy!
Oh, the places you'll go! There is ...
... out the tracks then decided to put them back in again. Many thousands (millions?) later and many months behind schedule... It’s funny though, I hear people say ‘tram’ and I’m not excited. Been there. Done that!
- Have been noticing a lot of ‘squashed dog poo’ around. It then dawned on me, ‘That’s because soooo many people walk around with their eyes on their phone texting, smsing, or otherwise!’ YOU IDIOT(s)!
... to come I can think back on and at least smile, if not - actually break out into laughter.
We did a lot in Scotland! I have yet to mention the rugby match we went to! Before meeting Nick, I didn't know a thing about rugby. Four months after seeing my first game, it's safe to say I know enough about the game to follow it. I am glad i know about it though! It is an exciting game to watch. Especially live! Before getting to Murrayfield Stadium ...
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