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... sound cool, is fundamentally flawed by the triangular shape of the trees, allowing huge gaps that defeat the purpose of a maze. There were two ice rinks, one more picturesque and the other more practical, as well as spinning rides that really failed to capture our interest. Thus we had filled the wait and, being 3 o'clock, our room was ready. Different to the rooms I am used to travelling in, we were really in a more hostel accommodation, although Will said it was very ...
... Our apartment (rented through AirBNB) is nice and clean and located at the foot of the Royal Mile - a great location to act as a base for navigating around the city! Loving the cobblestone streets and old buildings we've seen so far. Just having a glass of red with the gals before calling it a night. Off to Edinburgh Castle in the morning to view the Crown Jewels! Hoping the rain stops soon but still enjoying the time here! Over and ...
... br> The ghost tour wasn't as much fun, and we ended up abandoning the group at Jacob's Ladder, which was a set of stairs that was worse than the name makes it sound. We did enjoy hearing about the three shames of Scotland, though, which are the Nelson Monument, the unfinished Acropolis, and the Observatory for star gazing. We learned how James VI thought all read-heads were witches and published treatises on how best to find them and burn them. Gingers, beware!
... with cute houses and great glens with snow in patches on the tops of the hills.
It was cold all day. Everytime we got off the bus I was wrapping up. But there was a woman on the bus who had to have had ice in her veins - wearing a short-sleeved cotton shirt all day and never put a jacket on once.
We only had about an hour at Loch Ness and we went to see a collection ...
... even took requests. Not the biggest fan of the instrument, I was pleasantly surprised to hear the musician hit the high notes and manage to play a few interesting requests from the group. He was such a good sport to let some of us give his pipes a try; a very humourous part of the evening since we all underestimated the amount of air needed to get one note clearly out of those pipes. Your lungs definitely need to be in ship shape!
There is so much to see ...