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TripAdvisor Reviews Number 21 Edinburgh
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... on each bus and it didn’t look fun at all. The journey continued along the wilderness of Rannoch Moore to Wild Glen Coe, which was the scene of the notorious massacre of Clan MacDonald in 1692 and how the Campbell’s butchered them all. It’s very beautiful and the history is very sad. There was big grey fat clouds hanging over the Glen to add to the somber mood. We stopped for lunch in the Fort William area (where again Ray ...
... very impressive.
One of the grand exhibits here is the Scottish Crown Jewels. The build-up to the viewing is as well done as the “pre-exhibit” build-up to the London Crown Jewels. Sitting next to the jewels is the big gray chunk of rock called the Stone of Scone. It ...
... I haven't figured out
what the catch is with these – maybe the performers are merely seeking
publicity and something to add to their resume}. Out of the thousands of options
I selected a version of Oliver Twist set in post World War II Berlin, a play set
in the trenches of World War I, a comedy/mystery titled "Casting the Runes" based on the “M.R. James classic”- ...
... the causeway to get to the island is covered by the North Sea twice a day. There are places to stay there, and a little refuge shack above a ladder at the causeway if you figured wrongly about the tide, but for a quick trip around the island, we did have time to spare enough to look around and even have decent weather.
There are less than 200 people who live on Lindisfarne, but we read that 650,000 people visit the island every year. It ...
... of blokes and has the races on. The kind where when Julie and I walked in all the stinky men looked at us like we had just shot their dog. Thankfully, Shelley made her first blunder of the trip and it was the wrong hotel – it was actually a 4 star place up the road with the same name.
Day 89 – Liverpool to Glasgow
So I have noticed something once we have gone further north in the UK. There are more and more, how do I describe it, ...