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... are officially m.i.a... and I'm not surprised. Hopefully they will get here tomorrow. Good thing I actually packed another outfit and have my necessities (aka my mouth guard).
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It was rainy and freezing when we got off the bus, but now it is sunny and warm. We walked all across town and explored our surroundings. Stephen and Lauren took me to a restaurant called Oink, and it was ridiculously delicious. There was an onion + ...
... the month of August (every year) the Edinburgh Festival takes place. The city eats, lives, breathes art: music, theatre, dance, comedy. Artists are performing on every corner of the streets. Close to 300 venues are open for free and paying shows, depending on the level of the artists, I guess. Every few metres you get flyers for shows that are being promoted. The city is very vibrant and the only thing you can see are people. We visit Edinburgh ...
... of the Harry Potter legacy. We stopped in a local shop for coffee when we noticed a huge, black, gothic tower in the distance. Rather than going to Arthur's Seat hiking trip like a small group did, we set our sights for the tower, having absolutely no idea what it was. Our walk took us down a massive flight of stairs and across a street, and when we looked to our left we came upon a gorgeous pure green garden below. The Princes Street Gardens were ...
... We walked everywhere; the city is not that large and it is all beautiful. The Royal Mile is the road stretching between the castle on the hill, and the Royal Palace of Holyroodhouse, which is the Queen’s residence when she is in town. We visited both, but entered and toured neither; we were pretty content to view castles from a distance at this point. Near Holyroodhouse is a large hill, which we climbed on our way to the Royal Mile ...
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We went through some truly beautiful scenery. I think the drive down Glenshee is my favourite of all time, just a pity the heather isn't out. We stopped in the rain at the Spitall of Glenshee where four glens meet to take some photos, but I couldn't capture its true majesty.
I have great memories of being here in the summer of 1978 with my cousin Lyndel. Unfortunately the hotel where we stayed is now ...