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The living room more than “shabby chic” is nonetheless casual and inviting complete with its baby grand piano.
I am so glad a private company owns her and administrates her maintenance to the level the Royal Navy kept it up.
... experience of my life. Plus I have to have stuff to blog about right?! ;) So I am going to take every opportunity to meet people. While I am an introvert and going out to a new place is terrifying, I intend to put that part of my personality aside to challenge myself and make incredible memories.
I took a moment to take off my headphones and ...
... Check out the photos to see the amazing castle that is there. After Bamburgh we continued on into Scotland and headed towards the city of Edinburgh. Edinburgh is a great place. It's called a huge park called Holyrood Park and in the middle of it is a huge extinct volcano that you can climb. The highest peak is called ...
... At the end we all got a chocolate. Oh and they had a family room and we made a Faberge egg.
We had a very quiet day and spent the rest of the time chilling out at Julie's house.
Tomorrow we are heading to the Edinburgh Science Festival
Oh and Daddy was on photo duty today. I think I will make Mummy do it tomorrow!
... for some more drinks to calm the nerves was a great ending to the evening.
My final day in Edinburgh I took a tour with the company Highland Tours. You can purchase tickets on the Royal Mile near some of the City of the Dead Tours. Very informative drive through the Scottish Countryside and a fun tour guide made for a nice day. We stopped by the Forth Railroad bridge then proceded to Sterling castle. There they ...