Robert Burns Hotel
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... during the Wars of Scottish Independence (13th and 14th centuries). In the 14th century, King David II and Robert II, David’s successor, set about rebuilding parts of Edinburgh Castle. They added David’s Tower. In the 15th century, the castle was used as an arsenal (a place where ammunition and weapons are stored and made).The castle was used as a prison in the 18th century and early 19th century. Prisoners from the ...
... up to the royal mile, walked along it, almost up to the castle and got to the hostel. (castle rock hostel). I checked in, got to my room, then unpacked, got ready for tomorrow and then left the
hostel to find dinner – it was now about 9pm. I went up the street and found a pub, i got some food and a beer and ate and drank. I then went back to the hostel, downloaded and sorted pictures, uploaded pictures, used the WiFi, relaxed and then went to bed.
... till you get to Holyrood Palace (The Queen's residence) and Scottish Parliament. Then you see this massive Volcanic Crag which juts out of the earth. That is Arthur's Seat. Some scholars have said that is was the actual location of Camelot. Who knows?
Today we attempted to climb the bugger.
May I say it is steep and rocky and there are no safety anythings. The only provision for ...
... back another night.
We met a group of girls at a cocktail bar,
they were students when Eloise completed her gap year in Scotland. The
cocktails were novel and delicious, yummy! We went onto a club but very quickly
realized that we were really old in comparison the everyone else there.. There
was no chance anyone could grow facial hair yet haha so siding with our ‘old
age’ :p we decided to call it a night and scurry home through the ...
This was the last day of the tour and we were all exhausted from having so much fun the two long days before. We went to a whiskey distillery, Loch Ness, and a few pretty viewpoints for pictures. It was heartbreaking to say goodbye to the Australians but we got to see Harriet for a moment in a cafe the next morning!