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... number of things to do in this city and the weather outlook I have decided to scrap plans to go on a bus tour of the Scottish Highlands, though. I’m a little sad that I won’t be able to see more of this part of the country while I’m here, but I wasn’t entirely sold on sitting on a bus for most of the day, and I felt like in the end I’d have more to do ...
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... got a hold of auntie Maggie and decided I would catch the bus Monday to visit her. Had to book my bus ticket and make sure I could stay another 3 nights at the hostel. Bus was a great success £1 for my bus ticket total. Hostel on the other hand not so cheap, £20 a night for weekend rate. By this time the Thursday night hostel bar hop had left, but I still wanted to go out, so I took a walk to the street behind us where there are a few bars, the club looking bars ...
What a wonderful day we had today! We set off this morning for a tour around both the Old & New Edinburgh, calling past the pleasantly laid out New Town with its squares, and little back laneways, designed especially for the servants of the rich to walk in, so the rich wouldn't have to share the sidewalks with their servants (and why did it take so long for people to revolt against this type ...
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