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... their lives.
Another story was about the supposed tunnel between the Castle and Holyrood Palace. Drunken soldiers who discovered an entrance sent their bagpipe playing friend down the tunnel while they listened from the road above. Apparently they made it close to the Palace before the music suddenly stopped. Two more soldiers went down to find out what happened only to quickly come to a dead end and no piper. It is said that bagpipes can still be heard coming from under the Royal ...
the class at Gleneagles 2014 and betrayed his country and his team mates” He
and Patrick Reed can now be categorized by UK Border Services as they exit as “Odious
Little Toss Pots”. And yes we do have that category. So as this edition draws
to a close, I should provide explanation of the Scottish word of the day and
offer some accolades for sumptuous Scottish cuisine. Aside from the much vaunted
... The Royal Mile is the length of road (under several names) that runs from Edinburgh Castle down to Holyrood Palace. At this time of year, it apparently plays host to a large number of the street performers here for the Fringe Festival. I made my way up the road towards the castle, dodging around performers and onlookers. At one point, I stopped to listen to a man playing slap-tap on his acoustic guitar. It was beautiful and I bought a copy of his CD, which he happily signed for ...
... the fact that, despite our best efforts, we had over-packed. We decided then and there to ship some of our stuff home from Edinburgh. We were all pleasantly surprised when we arrived at our two bedroom, two bath apartment. It was modern, comfortable and elegant, and was located right next to Holyrood Park, which would come in handy for our morning runs. We unpacked, settled in, walked around the corner to buy a few groceries, and found a nice ...
We arrived at night, so we used the night to walk around town, get our
bearings, grab a bite to eat, and settle into our hostels.Staying in a hostel for the first time was a fun experience. It reminding me a lot of going to camp as a little kid, where you sleep in a big room with people on bunk beds. And that's exactly what we did. we were lucky enough to have a large enough group of us going that we filled up rooms on our own, so we ...