Ardgarth Guest House
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Greece of course was magical and I would go back there anytime and the same is to be said for Montenegro but as for Macedonia they can keep that rubbish tip to themselves.
At the border of Macedonia I was charged 55 Euro to enter the country!!! What the hell does anyone want to pay that money for simply to see a rubbish tip?? Every cliff edge and ...
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... and beer was actually $20 a head. Meals really put a cramp on my
budget, let me tell you!
We ended up eating a place called Just Burgers
and Beers. I had (you guessed it) a burger and a beer.
We checked out a few pubs after dinner. We
visited the Royal Mile Tavern, the Mitre, and Jinglin' Geordies. We met a few
very kind gents, avoided a bar brawl, and saw a girl fall off a bar stool. All
in all, a great evening!
... Luckily across the road from my
hotel, The Royal British Hotel. It was into my pyjamas and bed for me.
Tuesday dawned sunny but I decided to spend at least the
morning doing some family history research. Before I left the hotel I arranged
to extend my stay until next Monday, getting a good deal for bed and breakfast.
I spent 5 delightful hours in the Scotlands People Centre in
the General Register House looking into George William ...