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... to the mighty Arthurs seat. Calton hill does don a few landmarks though. It has a tower upon its summit which shows off views of the city and bay. The hill also boasts an art gallery which we obviously avoided. The main event upon Calton Hill is in fact what the locals in fact all Scottish people refer to as the Shame of Scotland. This is full sized and half finished Pantheon or Partheon whatever its called. The Government gathered funds to build this ...
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Wednesday 4th June 2014
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Staying at the El Rancho Hotel which hosted many of the stars ...
... the 'crown' jewels which lay buried for ages and had to be hidden during WW2. I enjoyed learning about the history of the castle, it had a fair bit. We even stood in the room where Mary gave birth to James I/VI. There were some really regal rooms and functional spaces too. It was pretty cold and miserable up there and then it started to rain so we found a pub before venturing home. Dinner was at Slug and Lettuce before meeting up with others for our ...
... Scotland, but before that, I have to say farewell to a trusty travel companion that has been with me on many adventures…..my brown purse! The handle is about to fall off. Clearly I have been carrying around too much **** in my bag!!! I bought it in Paris in 2007 for 10 Euros. I certainly have got my money’s worth there. Oh, but wait….I have a sewing kit with me…..perhaps all is not lost ...
... on the walking tour for a pub crawl through Dublin. We went to four bars and wound up at a club, all getting quite drunk, being heading back to our respective hostels!
After nursing my hangover, I did some serious souvenir shopping, before heading back to bed to be ready for my day trip the next day to Howth. A thirty minute train ride from Dublin, Howth is a little peninsula that is home to a fishing village. It was very cute and quaint, with the opportunity to ...