Doris Crook Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the clothing the royals use to wear. All amazing. We saw the old dungeons, and the royal ball rooms. All stone and huge gates and walls. Incredible that it was built, and even more amazing people lived there. It's a castle, but more like a small village.
Of course will all amazing days there are moments of grief, I took an hour walk ...
On Thursday, Julia, Carolyn, Madi, Max, Mark and I caught the dreaded 2.5hr bus to Dublin once again to the Airport. We flew into Edinburgh, and once we landed we could already see how beautiful the country was.
We eventually found our apartment down a tucked away little alleyway. We booked through AirBnb which is a sight that individuals rent out apartments for people online. Our apartment had a king bed, 2 ...
... successful and when he returned to Scotland he was betrayed by one of his so called allies, Wallace was taken to London where he was found guilty of treason and met a horrible death where he was hung, drawn and quartered. Pretty gruesome if you ask me. We had the best tour guide whose name was Frank. He had long grey hair that was put into a pony tail and was so dramatic when he was telling us the history of the Castle it stirred my blood, I could just imagine being ...
... we can't go in today as the Queen is going to be in residence next week, she is having a garden party, so it's all go getting ready for that, we then head up the Royal mile to the "Old Town" and onto our visit at Edinburgh Castle, including checking out the Scottish crown jewels. What an awesome place, I have seen the Castle before on a very cold, rainy and foggy day sitting up on the hill but I didn't go inside, I can tell you it's worth the trip in to have ...
... are full of young lambs who would have no road sense. We headed north and over the border into Scotland to Gretna Green, well known for marrying run away couples and most possibly underage. Back down across the border again and on to see Hadrian's Wall. This is a Roman relic and the oldest Roman structure still standing in England. Back across the border again and on to Melrose Abbey. This relic was once occupied by an order of Monks, but ...