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... that I have made were two Canadian girls, Tanya and Karine. We spent a lot of our time laughing at the differences between the Australian and Canadian culture and language. One of the funniest moments was when we were standing on the streets with deep fried Mars Bars and singing Happy Birthday to Tanya. I said "hip hip" and everyone stared blankly at me. I repeated it, once again to silence and I thought "ok now you're just being rude". It ...
... toast or such. Lucky I was wearing tartan pyjamas!! The first night I stumbled across the smallest wee pub in Scotland, and as I walked into the tiny candle lit hole in the wall there was a young lad singing and playing the guitar who literally could have been Paolo Nutini, it was perfect. I sat with a glass of red and felt very lucky. The city is stunning, the architecture on par with the beauty I saw in London and ...
... breakfast, where Stuart tried haggis - he was not a fan. After breakfast we walked to a hill which is supposed to have a beautiful look out, on our way we stopped to take a few arty photo shots, we have been trying to dabble in a bit of hobby photography, I would like to do something with these photos when we get home. One thing I did notice of Edinburgh, it seems to be a very royal city, even the lamp posts had crowns on top of ...
... are on par with the rest of Europe, giving them more reason to support the United States.
-Europe is absolutely more democratic than the US, to the point where we almost appear conservative to the rest of Europe. For example, Mitt Romney was considered a radical conservative while in the States he’s generally defined to be a moderate. Their mild democrats are our strong democrats.
-The local Scottish man had an interesting perspective. ...
Beautiful Edinburgh! Historic, quirky, artistic and endless things to do! Bank holiday weekend in March 2013, and it was so cold! We decided to have a girls weekend away in Edinburgh and it was just the perfect place to getaway from the routine. We flew up to Edinburgh in an hour, which saved us a lot of time. We we're driven to our hotel by a local taxi driver, who told us lots of facts about Edinburgh. We did the standard tourist things which are ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAveron Guest House Edinburgh
Started my trip in Edinburgh and stayed at this Guest house. The owner and his staff were very welcoming and helpful, furnishing us with lot's of info on the city. We stayed for three nights in a good sized room with a view of the castle. Breakfast was hearty with plenty of choice.
Will stay again.
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