Strathallan Guest House
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... and through the Princes Street gardens. We wanted to get some washing dried so googled launderettes, as they call them, and took a cab. The first one didn't exist, the second one was closed, and the third didn't exist, so we skulked off home - cost 15 pounds ($30) to find out you can't always find the answer on Google! Met baby girl again for dinner in Rose Street, then got an earlyish night. It was great to see that Ker is happy and having fun, and recovering from her ...
... later, it got too expensive so they literally just put down their tools and stopped working so it's only half finished. It is still pretty impressive and makes the hilltop unique. After exploring Calton Hill, Kirstie and I met up with Iris and Alexa and we went on a tour of the Edinburgh Castle. The castle was literally right outside of our hostel, so I got to wake up to a view of it's beauty every morning. This made me ...
... by Marion.
Edward I played maximum hardball. The king wanted Wallace's head. While he pardoned all the other nobles for their involvement in the uprising against the crown, in his preserved public papers, Edward pointedly excluded Wallace from the possibility of a pardon.
This is, of course, only a fictional representation of Wallace in stained glass. There is no portrait of Wallace, he was only a minor knight before the ...
... and told them to try it sometime.
Olie set up a time to leave the club and go to the nearest to bus stop. Originally he was just going to give me the directions to the stop and then he walked me to the stop. We got there with 15 mins to spare so I walked him back to the club. We proceeded to exchange good-bye and he gave me a parting hug. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised at how much of a gentleman he was.
I arrived home safe and sound around 3am.
... from the Mountain Warehouse. During my time
in the mall, the weather had changed and it was pouring. I got drenched by a
passing car. After checking out the schedule of films at the Omni Centre
located behind the mall, I made my way back to the hotel to change, to return
later to watch ‘Pompeii 3D’. The session started at 6:20pm, but the first half
an hour was made up of advertisements for the coming referendum (on
independence from UK) ...