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... top while lowering another from the top to the bottom. It is really quite and run on only a small amount of power which is astounding considering what it does and the amount of weight it is lifting. So after a morning tea in the cafe and a browse in the shop it is our turn to board, along into the wheel we move and then up we go (only takes 4 min from the top to the bottom), a short cruise around then back down again, took about an hour all together. Back into shop ...
... everyone who was on the second floor was talking about the Scottish guys fight. Fight? Everyone was recounting their version of the Scottish argument. In everyone's versions they spoke about the loud thud/banging on the wall. Everyone thought the verbal argument became physical...uh no...it was Toby telling the Scottish to shut up. Thank god we finally checked out of The Kings Manor Hotel (****** hotel, awful facilities and no air con! ).
Next stop: Wrexham ...
... home. Views of the country side are just beautiful. We then travelled on to an Whitmuir Organic Farm. Heather, the farmers wife, took us on a tour of the farm. While seeing the pigs some free range chickens were walking around and who should they walk up to but Stuart, never seen him move so quickly. I told him I would protect him. He was happy to find a lady in the back of the group trying to get ...
... the floor to be used as paving stones and the words were being worn away and eventually no-one would know who they were.
From there caught a bus back into town and went to the National Gallery of Scotland. They had some fabulous paintings. Some Van Goghs and Renoirs that I hadn't seen before. They are supposed to have one of the best collections outside of London. Took quite a few photos. It was a ...
... oh. Luckily I was able to find free wifi at the airport which allowed me to alert everyone back home that I had touched down. Then, after struggling with my three rather large suitcases, I made it to the meeting place and met Danielle, one of the IFSA Butler Scotland staff members. We then waited for Allie, another student studying abroad at the University of Stirling and we were finally on our way to our hotel in Edinburgh.
We are staying in Edinburgh for 3 days and ...