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... Our guide took us through a grave yard where Rowling got inspiration for a number of character names including Professor McGonagall and Tom Riddle (who's gravestone actually reads Tom Riddell, but this wouldn't work for the anagram in the story). We saw the school her children attended and which became the inspiration for Hogwarts as it has four houses (her kids belonged to the equivalent of Gryffindor!). Finally, we ended at the place ...
... in Edinburgh. We got a bit lost finding our hotel so dad and I went into a random gift shop and asked a random guy where it was, so he looked it up on google maps which was Mikaela and mum was also doing in the car. We eventually found it and dropped our luggage in so we could drop the car back to the rental place, we did that then started to walk back which to me took forever!!!! But with the help of ...
... of the trip so far and if you ever find yourself in Aberdeen, Scotland it is a must visit!
The morning of the 17th we headed out to visit another wedding venue option (which has proven to be a great way to see the country and meet some great people along the way). After meeting with our favorite wedding coordinator so far and coming away with really good feelings about this particular place we headed further ...
... City Centre where we are staying. We finally find our hotel and park the car - or should we say, wedge the car into a parking spot, where it will stay for the next 2 days.
The hotel is ideally located with loads of eating places downstairs, as well as a Tesco supermarket, so we go out, stock up on food and grog, order a pizza, put our feet up and enjoy a quiet Sunday evening in.
... Real Mary Kings Close Tour’ had been recommended, so I walked the short distance to
the Royal Mile, purchasing a ticket, before having lunch at ‘Saint Giles Café and
Bar’. Lovely freshly made tomato soup and a ham and cheese croissant.
Mary Kings Close is buried deep beneath Edinburgh’s City Chambers. It is one in the warren
of hidden streets that has remained frozen in time since the ...