Braveheart City Centre Guest House Edinburgh
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We enjoyed the sun with beers and ciders in the meadows one afternoon, which was nice until the sun died.
One incredibly annoying night I failed to sleep. Just couldn’t go to sleep. I tried everything. I was still awake at 4.30am and the sun had started coming up so I decided to go for a run and managed to see the most amazing sunrise in and around all the quiet streets. Don’t know how successful the run was with all ...
Yup! Yesterday was our last day of the five day tour in the highlands. I am saying yesterday, because we didn't have much time yesterday, going right to dinner after we got to this hotel at around 5:30, and coming up and going to bed. Anyway, on our tour, we drove a lot. Of course we did lots of stops along the way.... One of the stops we did today was at a whisky distillery. ...
... into this beautifully restored little town in the bottom of a valley. I could have spent hours there.
We took the picturesque Clyde Valley Tourist Route into Glasgow. But this time it was raining. I had wanted to do a hop on hop off bus tour, but Terry didn't, so we compromised and downloaded its route and followed that as best we could.
Our first and only stop was the Riverside Museum, the 2013 European Museum of the Year. It was great, and free. We had lunch ...
... stairs up to the castle and started our tour after taking pictures of the city from this height. The castle was so neat, the view from one side was mountains and city, and the view on the other was ocean and houses. Scottish flags were on every tier, and brick roads circled the structure. We visited the Prisoners of War section and the Royal Palace, then spent some time exploring. At one point we went down this super dark, unmarked chamber, that apparently ...
... why Edinburgh: I wanted to study in England but did not really find what i want so I expanded the radius to UK and found the Napier University Edinburgh. The had an Open Day on the 5th and I wanted to take a look before applying so me and my brother went there.
When we arrived our first trouble was changing money and finding the right bus to take into the city. Easily done.
When we arrived in the right street (which was not ...