Boreland Lodge Hotel
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Today was the independence referendum in Scotland. The referendum asked Scots "Should Scotland be an independent country?" It was a great debate, and one I was very interested in leading up to my trip here. When in recent history has a country had the opportunity to peacefully, passionately and logically debate its independence without violence or war?
I spend the day resting after my really long journey from Melbourne, and read that all the polling places had opened and ...
Today we flew out of Paris to Bermingham and on to Edinburgh. Picked up our hire car and proceeded to miss our turn off to Inverkeithing where we stayed the night. Stayed in an old lodge the four of us in one room. Very tiny. Went for a walk and got fish & chips for tea. Then sat in the dining room of the lodge and had a cuppa and chocolate and planned our next day. Booked in at a hotel in Aboyne for the next night. Acccommodation a bit hard to ...
... terrifying. Our guide first told us and demonstrated the history of common torture methods for criminal punishment, mercilessly whipping David and an Englishman. She then told us all about the horrifying history of Mary King’s close. Finally, we head down into the vaults, deep underneath the south bridge. She built up a lot of anticipation through great storytelling and acting. That night, David actually felt the presence of a female ghost there. ...
... of those hop-on hop-off tours but spent a good deal walking around on my own- Edinburgh isn't too big. With only about 8 hours to sightsee, I bypassed most of the museums so that I could spend time in Edinburgh castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse.
The airport express bus dropped me off conveniently by Waverley Bridge. The first thing that caught my eye in Princes Street Gardens was the Scott Monument in the forefront of The National Gallery of Scotland & ...
... were headed to Hard Rock Cafe and shopping while I visited more sights. I saw the memorial to Greyfriar's Bobby, a little dog who spent his life watching over his master's grave until he died himself after 14 years. I walked thru the Fringe again and stopped in St. Giles Cathedral. Next stop was the royal palace, Holyrood Palace. I visited the Queens Gallery first to see works of art taken from her residences for a special Jubilee showing here in Scotland. Works by all the ...