The Hedges Guest House
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... I decided I needed a warm hat - pronto! A walk down the North Bridge and I found exactly the thing and I was then as warm as toast. We continued walking down the Golden Mile to Canongate where we found the Museum of Edinburgh. This museum is located in three connected 16th, 17th and 18th centuries buildings. The Museum tells the history of Edinburgh through artifacts and architecture. Once again ...
... to Grassmarket to visit the Paella man! Earlier in the day, Steve and I had gotten up and walked down to the Farmers Market and picked up some goodies. On our way back we saw the set-ups occurring on Grassmarket and I spoke with the Paella man and was told fresh, piping hot paella would be ready to go later. Yummm!
I found the produce man who was there two years ago. I had been waiting that long to buy his plums. He carries ...
... us on our way after our walk and we jump on the lovely new trams recently introduced in the city on the city to airport run. This tram just happens to go right past the headquarters of Scottish rugby, Murrayfield. So we jump off at Murrayfield station get a quick photo then back on the tram to our hotel. Back home after a big day, its time for a bit of a relax with some of the guys on our tour group and we watch a world cup game, then grab some dinner and off to ...
... and I are not big drinkers we took this time to make some new friends from Australia band Brazil a well as use our discounts to try the drinks many people back home wanted us to. Ale is gross, whiskey is worse.
Our last day was spent climbing a dormant volcano up to the highest point called Arthur's Seat. It was named that because they believe it is where archers would protect the city from. It was a beautiful climb. It was hard, cold, and so great! It was ...
... being born, and she tried to bury it down by the river. The baby was discovered, and traced back to Maggie. She was sentenced to be hanged in the grassmarket area in Edinburgh. She was hanged, and being transported in a carriage. However, the hanging did not kill her. She woke up on the back of the carriage and tapped the driver on the shoulder. She returned to he grassmarket and tapped the man who hanged her on the shoulder as well. Since she was offically dead, they could not ...