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... Arthur's Seat! When we got to the top it was just as beautiful as I remember the last time I was there. You can see so much from the top! You can see all of the city, and further. It was beautiful- but just a tad windy and chilly! We headed back down the hill, and after deciding on what to do that night, went out for dinner before going on our haunted tour of Edinburgh!
The haunted tour that we went on was an even more special one because it was the weekend of ...
... so I chose "Land Downunder" from Men at Work, however, once the mike was placed in front of me, I forgot all the words! (Mum - you know I know the words as per Port Villa!) Thankfully the mike was turned down. I may have to bribe Oana to hand over any incriminating photos!
We sailed under the old Forth Bridge, saw many seals (awwww!) and a couple of "ruins". Then back to the 3rd Forth Bridge which is under construction.
Thanks for the invite Oana! Luv ya! xxx
... car, the Irish helped him remove his seat then set the seat back up so you couldn't tell. The stone mason set to fixing the Stone and when he filled the crack in he placed a note inside which no one to this day knows what it says. Now the student hid the Stone in his house for 2 years and word finally spread he had it so what he did was he left the Stone in the Abbey in the middle of Edinburgh one night to await a grand entrance when every one arrived the ...
... two small children. They made it up
alright, but practically rolled back down the mountain from exhaustion.
Laura and I had dinner that night at the
Advocate, met a very nice Australian woman on holiday, and played a few games
of cribbage back at the hostel.
The next morning, Monday, we took a tour of the
Palace of Holyrood House, where Mary Queen of Scots had ruled. Currently,
Hollyroodhouse is ...
On our way to Edinburgh we stopped at two locations, one being the location of the angel of the North and then the other was Hadrians wall. Hadrians wall was built to separate the Romans from the barbarians, it is 117.5km long and there were about 9000 roman soldiers protecting it. Once in edinburgh we checked into our hotel which was AMAZING! There was a massive shower with a dump style head plus the room was super cool. We did a walking tour of ...
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