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... the battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297. The Victoria wealthy became enchanted by Scotland and had a romantic view of the history which is why they built this monument. Queen Victoria regularly holidayed in Scotland as does current Queen. The monument had the museum in it on three levels, 80 steps apart and you had to climb up the stairs 246 to get to the very top where the lookout was and on the way you went up through ...
... Dusk. Wednesday was Ally's 21st so we had to do it big Tuesday night! And let me tell ya, we DID IT BIG. The Scottish are verrryyy big drinkers and they have a few things that they do such as "saving the queen" aka downing your drink when someone drops a penny in your drink and they also play this game where they sort of sing a song and you have to down your drink in 8 seconds. And it's not exactly optional either....you have to do it. It's a lot of fun though as ...
... the same to those seen in
London and Germany. The ice-skating rink however provides so many laughs, its
Funniest Home Videos live.. The falls, slides and saves provided us endless
Taking some time out in the hostel, Eloise
took up chatting to a couple of English guys who invited us on the local pub
crawl for the night.. Hesitant but really was I ever going to say no, we
ventured out.. 150 people ...
... and was lived in until something like 50 years ago. It was interesting, and different again from Stirling Castle, but my favourite is still Bamburgh Castle. Our guide has filled us I. On lots of history, and also myths about the areas we have driven through, from clan rivalries, battles, fairies and monsters. Too much to remember it all, but lots of laughs along the ...
... the breakdown cover. We were unable to find any company in the UK who would cover us for a full years travelling abroad. The best we could find was 6 months cover at £170. We then tried ADAC, who are Germany's version of the AA, who were excellent. We rang them direct in Germany, the phone was answered ...