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... in Edinburgh for 3 days like me and has been living in London studying English; small world! The majority of the trips sightseeing was done on the bus with the guide telling stories of the history. I did, unfortunately, fall asleep many times. Hope I didn’t miss anything too good! Our lunch break was short and quick and then it was on to my most anticipated stop: Loch Ness! When I announced that I was going to Edinburgh on Facebook, my friend Syamak told me to go there and ...
... to pass but we were so happy that we had found shelter. As we have discovered about Scotland the weather changes in the blink of an eye.
That night we tried to find a vegetarian restaurant. We had looked another day but couldn't find one so Grandy looked it up on the net. It was another long walk but when we got there we couldn't find it. We asked some people but they didn't know either. We have decided that the food in Scotland is not very ...
After The Glenlivet we headed just down the road to the Macallan distillery and were fortunate to be able to jump on the last tour of the day over there. This was a much more detailed tour and the lass who was leading the tour did a wonderful job of explaining the process that Macallan uses including how they have systematically purchased up all of the farm land surrounding the distillery (300+ acres in total) so that ...
... br> bombardment. The most notable exceptions are St Margaret's Chapel from
the early 12th century, which is regarded as the oldest building in
The castle houses the Scottish museum, the Scottish Crown
Jewels and is the site of the Scottish National War Memorial. The
British Army is still responsible for some parts of the castle, although
its presence is now largely ceremonial and administrative. As you ...
... bus station. Suddenly, there was a crash right below my seat, and our bus collided with a public transporation bus. The other bus had a broken window. The drivers were aruging and exchanging information for quite a while and everyone was getting ansy. KP and I decided to get off the us and walk to he tube station. It was only a few minutes away so we knew we could do it. Wouldn't you know, about 3 minutes into our walk, our bus passed us. Just our luck. Kathleen also almost got hit ...