Strathallan Guest House
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... we could see the city in the distance beyond the rolling hills and when we arrived at our 1820’s Georgian B&B situated on the Royal Terrace in the heart of Edinburgh, we knew we in for a treat! Owners, Eddie & Maria (at Adria House) really have maintained the grandeur of the building and turned into a cosy home for visitors to their beautiful city.
We spent the ...
We went to a massive rock and it used to be apart of a VOLCANO.
It took about 1 hour to get up and on the way there we saw snow and there was snow EVERYWHERE.
Me and Jordan just had snow ball fights and tried to build a snow man which didn't work out.
Today we went to Edinburgh CASTLE and It was my mums BIRTHDAY!!!
When we arrived at the castle we got our tickets, went inside and waited for a tour ...
... would devour. The tours are led by costumed guides who take on the identity of a 17th century resident of Edinburgh. For 1 hour you are led through narrow closes where the history and characters of the 17th centuries closes come to life.
Next we visited the Greyfriar’s Kirkyard, a beautiful church and cemetery steeped in history. Mary Queen of Scots granted the former convent garden surrounding Greyfriar's Kirk to be used as a burial ...
... The streets merge between asphalt to heavily worn and uneven cobblestone. JulIan asks if Gramma and Grandpa have been here and when Elizabeth tells him this is where Gramma broke her wrist, Julian responds "Oh so now we know she did it;" because her cast when she got home apparently was not enough to prove her story. So many buildings are made from stone, some of which are blackened, whether with time or the effects of the industrial revolution or simply the type of stone we ...
... work Saturdays (which I did) because.... (Refer next answer)
Hahaha Maggie, so we are now both working in a fish shop. Yum! My feet are killing me after today. And at least with the jewellery shop there was a stool and some sit-down work to do - none at the fish shop, Jacque and Gordon!
I HAVE A JOB! Working for Scottish Water in their Revenue Department - keeping a database of what pipes go into what building using lots of ...