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... fantastic museum for kids.
There was so much interactive activities that the kids probably didn't even realize they were learning.
Their favorite had to be the hundreds of animals on display, including a T-Rex skeleton and a sperm whale jaw bone that was huge.
There was also a cool Space area full of child friendly displays.
We spent way longer then we expected to.
We enjoyed the sun with beers and ciders in the meadows one afternoon, which was nice until the sun died.
One incredibly annoying night I failed to sleep. Just couldn’t go to sleep. I tried everything. I was still awake at 4.30am and the sun had started coming up so I decided to go for a run and managed to see the most amazing sunrise in and around all the quiet streets. Don’t know how successful the run was with all ...
... since it was my first time in Belgium, even though I was stuck in the airport. After the long layover, the flight was pretty quick to Edinburgh!
From the airport I took a bus into the main city centre and Lindsay was there waiting for me at the bus stop. We dropped my bags off at the hostel (which was conveniently at the bottom of Edinburgh Castle) and grabbed some dinner before exploring the town. We walked through the Princes Garden surrounding the castle, which was ...
... little museum with some of her possessions. Also a pair if Bonnie Prince Charles' pistols.
Adjoining the Palace is the Abbey founded in 1128 by King David 1. It was abandoned after the roof collapsed in 1768. The Palace and Abbey are overlooked by Arthur's seat, one of a group of hills dominating Edinburgh's skyline.
We drove into the town for lunch and a spot of shopping. The sun came out, ...
JD and I had no idea what to expect in Scotland. When we arrived in Edinburgh we were happy to arrive in the center of such a beautiful city. Instead of the typical slum that surrounds many train stations we were greeted by tower architectural masterpieces and clean, wide streets. Google maps directed us to walk to our hotel through what looked like a park, but what was more of a mountain. Somehow we did make ...