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... farm is situated next to the Culloden Battlefield. Erica is a very proud Scot took us up to the Battlefield and told us about the Battle. Flag poles mark out the respective positions of the Jacobite and English forces one the battlefield. A house on the battlefield still stands exactly where is did in 1746. It a bleak and marshy field which would looks very much as it was when the battle took place. Recent archeology conducted ...
... think of was getting air. Some of these spaces are very small and with the lights on all day and bodies in and out all day, the residual heat just builds. It was over 95 degrees in that space. Way to hot to enjoy anything.
Tomorrow is another performance and Street performance day. We are also getting up early to hit the fab farmers market and paella for lunch!!!! Woohoo!!
... After this we found a slightly less midge-ridden place at the Falls of Dochart in Killin, not quite so stunning as the water level was down. We then decided it was time to head towards Edinburgh and we would reluctantly have to leave the wilderness behind, I think we were both experiencing a little bit of melancholy, however there was absolutely no need... Scott had suggested stopping at the Falkirk Wheel, an amazing piece of modern ...
... talking tour via walkies-talkie's handed out at the entrance, from the Queen's chambers and bedroom. Almost more medieval than Edinburgh castle, the palace was a labyrinth of narrow winding staircases and rooms covered in painted portraits, held in gilded gold frames. It was the definition of 1500s luxury. The highlights were seeing a lock of Mary's real hair (which my boyfriend later found to be exceedingly creepy) and the oldest remaining part of the building, ...
... as J.K Rowling having lived in the city. I actually chanced upon Elephant House cafe, which is where J.K Rowling spent a lot of time whilst writing the first Harry Potter books. The cafe itself was very cosy, while the fans' messages and jokes written on the walls of the bathroom were very entertaining. The National Scottish Museum, too, was a great way to find out about Scotland's long and proud history. But ...