Dreamhouse Apartments Rothesay
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... charm. This time I got up and just asked if he was going to stop at Terminal 1 and 2. Made it there just fine. Then I realized I hadn’t checked in or printed my boarding pass which with Ryanair is a 45 € charge or a little over $50 in really money. Thankfully, I wasn’t too late to check in so once I figured that out they were nice enough to print my boarding pass even though they weren’t supposed to. Crisis averted!
... t bought palace admission. I enjoyed a pot of tea and half a sandwich, and continued up The Royal Mile. There were lots of fun gift shops along the way, as well as the Scottish Parliament.
Later, Deb and I walked toward Edinburgh Castle and the Scottish National Gallery. We passed the Scott Monument (to Sir Walter Scott, the great Scottish novelist) and Princes Street Gardens (see photo where the flowers write "Books, Words, Ideas."), and Edinburgh ...
... for character names in the Harry Potter series. They include Voldermorts grave aka Tom Riddle, McGonagall, and Mad Eye Moodie all of whom are more famous in death than in life. It is also home to a very famous dog known as Greyfriar's Bobby! He was a black silky terrier who used to walk the beat with his policeman owner who was coincidentally named Gray. When he died of Tuberculosis Bobby was found sleeping next to his owners grave at night ...
Carting the bike across Schipol wasn't too bad, apart from setting the security alarm off after baggage reclaim. They don't make doorways big enough for bike boxes in schipol! Nice day spent wondering around Amsterdam. Flight to Chile was delayed for an hour as they couldn't disconnect the air ...
... an area developed as a defense zone (in the early days there was still much strife between Scotland and England.) The defense zone hemmed the city in on all 4 sides, not allowing any outward expansion, so all expansion had to go up. The city was basically many tenement buildings, very close together and up to 14 stories high - all made of brick and stone. In time, this led to pestilence and disease, with the Plague decimating much of ...