Art-House Morita B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... it would be a good time to do a haunted walking tour of Edinburgh. Our guide took us back to Greyfriars Cemetery as well as the hidden catacombs underneath the city and told us creepy stories about past murders, witch trials, hangings, and other gruesome tales. The gold 'I' or 'H' in the picture above marks the spot where they used to hang people in the city center.
The catacombs were ...
... Evidently those who chose to go via coach had to complete and sign their wills before they got on. Because either the cold, highway men, or dirtiness along the way was probably going to kill you. Nice options, huh? So I did the complete tour and then decided to head back to my hostel...however I passed a cafe called La Barantine, that had the most AMAZING looking eclairs in the window. Had to stop. Got myself a coffee and eclair, took both out to ...
... divided into royal quarters, high-ranking military quarters and Yachtsmen quarters. While there was a definite difference in quality between the first and the last, the middle ranking was quite nice and the Queen's quarter, while designed to her specifications, were in no way opulent, but very comfortable. She actually replaced the yacht's interior decorator after the first plan was presented to her, because it was "too fussy".
The yacht took the Queen ...
... and they have to find a gym asap and actually make the effort to go. They have days off in funny places, like Glasgow, so most of the crew spend all their time in their hotel room. In fact most of them have already done the world tour with some artist so nothing is new and being a tourist is the last thing any of them want to do! Even shopping is not a thing that they can really do to entertain themselves, as they travel for so long and with limited luggage capacity. ...
... trying to push against it.
The castle was beautiful. It was a reminder of how lucky we are to live in our present time. As grand as it was, you could just imagine how dark, damp, and cold it must have been during the 16th century. The Crown Jewels of Scotland were also held in Edinburgh Castle. The castle grounds also held the oldest building in Scotland, a chapel built ...