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... informative. I was excited to see the Stone of Destiny, the Stone of Scone, just a block of sandstone, but with so much history and tradition. Unfortunately the castle shut at 5pm, so we didn't have time for the tea rooms. And we missed the gun.
It was quite a cool day, with the sun only coming out in the late afternoon. I'm still in my winter coat.
... We decided to head to the new town and yet again ended up at another pub. After a few too many tenants, garlic bread, a beef and red wine pie we stumbled home and had a massive sleep in.
Today we booked in to do a tour of the underground city streets of Edinburgh. It was called Mary Kings Close and the tour is led by a character ...
... in the area which is part and parcel of what is termed the “gentrification” of the area. This goes hand in hand with the price of housing and the change in the areas demographic. Although this might be great for tourism and for the image, which in turn attracts investment, you have to wonder to what expense. Harlem is an area with a rich history of working class struggle particularly from an Afro American and immigrant ...
... and not getting far from the hostel, as I was exhausted, a bit unwell, and really just wanted to let my body do whatever it needed so I could be back to my traveling best in time for Contiki in a few weeks time! So that is exactly what I did.
I did go on a walking tour of Dublin. I have done one of these walking tours in London, and they are fantastic. They take you all around the city, usually for three or four hours, telling you what the buildings are and ...
... She started to go over the important stuff with us about the city of Edinburgh. She mentioned that the city was built among seven hills. The city of Edinburgh was in the process of setting up for the Edinburgh Festival set for the following week, so there were quite a few workers putting up special seating areas and cleaning the city.
We traveled by Charlotte Square with its Georgian style architecture. Nearby, we saw Bute House, which is ...
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