Crioch Guest House
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... headed down for breakfast. There was some anxiousness inside of me because it was my last day in my new favorite city with a lot on my to-do list. I walked up the hill to Edinburgh castle and waited for it to open. I was one of the first ones in and spent over an hour going in and out of different parts of the castle. This one was not in ruins (it was actually too modernized for my liking) but the views were spectacular. It was located on top of a hill that used to be a ...
Today, I attended a Mormon church. I encountered a lot of American members, due to them going on holiday, being missionaries, or studying abroad. They were very welcoming. I went to the Young Women's meeting and there were only a few members there. But I was invited to Family Home Evening as a result of attendance. This is exciting because I can get a better feel for the culture as I dive more into the ...
... from the early 12th century. This castle was the strong hold for the Scottish Kings through to the 15th century. It saw action in both the Wars of the Scottish Independence and the Jacobite Risings. After which it became a garrison for, yeah you guessed it, Cromwell's forces. Today it is mostly used as a tourist attraction and still has some military presence. One of its current functions is to fire a cannon everyday (except Sunday) at 1:00 PM. This was done in the past so the ...
... and see all the Scots.
We left Durham county just after 4pm for the 150 minute drive north to Edinburgh, we are staying at Holiday Inn Picardy Place.
Arrived in Edinburgh close to 7pm and the weather was magnificent, Edinburgh is so beautiful when the sun is shining.
Nipped next door to Guiliano's Italian restaurant for dinner. Pizzas were good but the service stinks....too bad.
... s needs and abilities. Froebel influences were evident in every area, imagine making bread every morning, what a simple but meaningful ritual. Moving to the outdoors we found aa adventurous secret garden amongst the tall buildings on either side.what the staff have created on top of the bitumen base is incredible. The chicken story evolved once again, and some surprises were found shopping! Claireisms - Tatt - **** souveniry stuff Highlight - ...