St. Conan's Guest House
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... to pull down a building and build something else. Either way its has a real charm. As we walked down Princess Street Greg told me about his great-aunt Dorothy, who visited here in the 1920's. She told Greg about her fond memories of Edinburgh and gave Greg a pair of pewter wine goblets she bought at a clearing auction from a nearby estate. We still have the goblets. They are on a bookcase at Elswick Street, so when you're next there remember to see them. The day was ...
... of history that is filled with peoples hopes and dreams. We, as Americans, are so wrapped up in the importance of our own lives that we somehow fail to notice the big picture. What is enduring is art, love and passion. Enjoying the time you have on this earth. It passes way too quickly. Then you become another brick in the cobblestone street.
Hoping for a sunny day tomorrow! We are doing the DOUBLE DEAD TOUR!!!
Today we woke to a wonderful breakfast provided by our hosts. The dining room was set up just for us :-)
We got ourselves packed up, again, and were off to Hadrian's Wall which was only 4 miles down the road. I had been warned that the county roads can be very narrow and they definitely are. A number of the roads today were only wide enough for one car. When faced with an oncoming car, both cars just pull off to the side ...
... checked into the hostel, went and had dinner/drinks at a little local pub, walked around a bit, then went back to the hostel fairly early. This was my first time staying in a hostel and oh boy, was it an experience. I chose to be in a mixed room (rather than all female) and I ended up being the only female and the only sober-ish one...so, yeah, I basically hid under my covers in a ball all night. At 3am, I got woken up by one of the guys across the room ...
... they served but it was disgusting. I longed for the cheesecake I had on the flight over.
The flight landed safely in Philly and I made it through customs and immigration in a breeze. Tyler picked me up and we headed back to good ol' Salem County.
The trip was absolutely incredible. I met so many wonderful people from all over the world. It as an adventure I will never forget. Thanks KP for letting me visit and travel around UK with you.