Airdenair Guest House
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... finally gotten under control in 1645. In 3 months, 10,000 people (1/3 of the population) was killed. Living there truly sounded unbearable, and the average life span was 35 years old! Further, the street was so narrow that the only way to build was up, so the buildings were 7 or 8 stories high, letting in virtually no natural light. The tour was so interesting, and made me thankful to live in a clean, healthy environment that we so often take for granted! After the tour, we ...
... sauce. Which turned into a night stroll in the pouring rain, cold wind and walking in circles. I got some spicy dipping sauce..... Was not worth my adventure.
We stayed at a pretty fun hostel, I made friends with some kids from Finland on a school trip while making some food. Brought them to a club underage. They had never swapped IDs before, ...
We travelled through the Highlands which were breathtaking. Before coming to the UK, I never gave Scotland a second thought. After driving around the country, I have a completely new mindset! The ride back was a long one down a dark road. I was just glad we weren’t scaling the sides of the hills anymore. I made it back to my hostel to catch up with my loved ones and went to bed early. What a day!
I slept in until 7:30am, got ...
... Such a lovely little town with all the old buildings and little alleys. We spent two full days exploring and met up with our friends from the Scotland tour. We did the evening ghost hunt with them where you walk around finding out about ghost tales from the past. Was very funny and a little scary (for gabby). We did a three hour walking tour in the rain!! and now we are back in London til tomorrow where we bus it to Dublin so til then
Loz and Gab
... rule. Now when the British took command of Scotland they stole all of the artifacts from the Scots. This was centuries ago and it was when things settled down the Scots asked for their artefacts back. The Brits said yea ok we will and gave back 3 of them. Except the Stone. The Stone was kept under the Kings Throne in Westminster Abbey for 700 years. The Scots kept asking and the Brits kept saying they would get around to it. One day in 1950 a group of ...