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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... name. Carazon Valiente, I told him quietly, Braveheart. And then again there was the tiny, drunk man from Ecuador in Plaza Colon who spoke to me for ages about political corruption. His accent was impossible and he was slurring his words, but I seemed to understand him most out of everybody, for some strange reason. And there have been so many people and so many brief encounters and so many moments, that, when I think of them all together, make me feel ...
... to Brad and Jodie's disgust, they could not bring their coffees aboard (by this time, Jodie and Brad had developed an affinity for Starbucks Kenyan blend coffee). Unfortunately, one of the limitations we did have was choice of tours, as most were already fully booked or could not accommodate the three of us so for those looking at doing a similar thing, get in early as many of the better rated tours offer smaller groups whereas we were on a bus with around 50 people. ...
... the museum and had a great hike up Arthur's seat. There is lots to see and many interesting nooks and crannies to explore. It is steeped in history both well known and obscure and one could easily spend a lot more time exploring this lovely city.
We picked up the rental car at Waverly station and faced the first challenge of the road - getting out of downtown Edinburgh and heading towards our next stop - Aviemore in the Cairngorms National Park.
... this hot sauce on it and mashed potatoes. I Highly recommend the place. I went back to the apartment to drop off my gig bag and run back to our venue to catch a show. The improv musical. I went with one of the chaperones and the two boys in the cast. It was hysterical. All improv and the audience decides on the setting, type of main character, show, title and first song. Our show took place at the Vatican with the main character being a cheese ...
... slept that night so ready for the next day.
The morning started early as we began the trek to the castle. The area surrounding the castle (the "Royal Mile") was breathtaking. Winding brick streets lined with gothic buildings of black and brown constructed our long walk, each building more magnificent than the last. Our first stop was in Greyfriars Kirkyard, an old, creepy cemetery with stories to tell. As soon as the tour guide said it was haunted I ...