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... from Monty Python so we both gave our best shot at riding horses next to the castle.
The tour company we went with was called The Hairy Coo. A hairy coo is actually a type of cow mostly found in Scotland but there are some others similar ones spread out across the globe. These cows are used only for pets and do not provide any commercial use whatsoever. There was a ...
... wanted fish and chips. I LOVE fish and chips in Europe. They put salt and vinegar on them, so much that it makes my mouth water just thinking about it. So I did that thing were I figure out where the best option is and I do anything to get there. Two short cab rides later, I was back at my hostel eating the marvelous meal supplied by The Tailend - worth the hassle! It was so difficult waiting until I got back to the hostel to eat! I'm staying in tonight because ...
... countries, where she entertained and was entertained by many foreign (and subject) dignitaries. It is estimated that many billions of pounds were negotiated on these trips.
The royal family seems to love the sea with special mention of Anne, Margaret and Diana - and, of course, Her Majesty. The yacht was used for 4 royal honeymoons. A tradition was established for the royal family to gather on the yacht for a yearly "sail" each summer before withdrawing ...
... story building and, of course, there was no lift. Dragged the suitcase up three flights of stairs to get to the reception. Was told that rooms aren't normally available until 3pm, but we could get access at 2pm. As it was only 12 noon we then headed off to explore for a few hours.
Found a pub and so had a snack and a couple of local beers. They only served in pints and the beer was ...
... we would make it up to the top so we turned around and headed back down...as it started to sprinkle. We started moving quickly and beat the storm but we defeated! I had forgotten my umbrella in the car since it was so sunny when we got there and trudged through the mud and rain back to some shelter. Needless to say, we wouldn't be dining in any high class restaurants that night.
By the time we had finally made it to some cover, the rain ...