Young Street Boutique Apartments
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... of Brendon's we easily navigated our way to the city and then out to the suburbs.
Feeling a bit peckish again by this stage we spotted a corner with a cozy looking pub and set our sights on it. A couple of favourites were ordered including a fantastic bangers and mash all washed down with a couple of local porters.
The next few hours were spent in the warm confines of the pub writing postcards and ...
Steph here. Barb, Dawn, and I have finally all arrived in Edinburgh! And what a lovely old city it is! More about that in a minute. Enroute yesterday, Barb and I had a very interesting flight from Toronto to Edinburgh, courtesy of Hacker Harry and Nervous Nellie. In addition to poor HH sitting to our left behind us, we had a woman who was hysterical as she was so afraid the plane would crash. "What was that ding? What was that ding? ...
... scenery particularly as we got closer to Scotland. We bought lunch from the trolley service and arrived on time at 3:08pm. We found the taxi rank and caught a 'London Taxi' to our apartment. We settled in quickly and then headed off to join a Harry Potter Walking tour of Edinburgh where we saw some of the locations that had inspired J.K.Rowling who lives in ...
... We stopped here for a quick bite – a chicken tikka pizza went down a treat. Chicken Tikka was invented in the UK and we couldn’t let the opportunity for this fusion meal to go by. The lake side was beautiful and we wanted more of it so we started to head northwest towards Oban. The lake soon started to reflect the grey skies and turned pitch black. It was also very still which gave it a sinister effect. It’s not hard to see why the Loch Ness monster ...
... one I really knew was Nick (but we had just started dating a few weeks prior). As I was contemplating on going, I remembered telling myself before coming to Ireland that I was going to try new things, and do more outside of my comfort zone. Travelling to another country with a group of people I barely knew was definitely new, and for sure out of my comfort zone. So, I said why not? I better go while I have the chance. And I am so glad I did!
I did ...