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... Braveheart." It was a smash hit.
The country of Scotland, in its fifteen-hundred-year struggle to set itself apart from its dominant neighbor to the south, belatedly recognized the contribution of William Wallace to that effort and built a towering national monument to its national hero: construction was completed in 1869.
William Wallace fought all of his battles in the 1200s in Scotland, most around the town of Sterling, ...
... and then there was a free ghost tour of the town. I was hoping it would be a little bit more scary but it was actually more interesting than anything. We headed back for an early night and met our other roommates, two from Canada and another one from US. We woke up so somewhat early the next day and headed to Starbucks to start the day. Then off to Edinburgh castle. The castle was beautiful like any other but it was not as much fun cause most of the buildings, ...
... the hostel lifestyle. We walk in and bam double bed, bam ensuite and most noticeably, bam two pillows each!!! Oh we are looking forward to these next two nights immensely.
We are one minded individuals when we are hungry, it is the only thing we can focus on and boy did we nail our hunger with none other than an all you can eat Indian restaurant... Ash went back for fourths and possibly fifths whereas I stuck with the more conservative two serves. It was ...
... Each tour is led by a guide, in character, who brings to life the
history of the closes and rooms of the Old Town. A worthwhile place to visit.
I spent the rest of the afternoon in the hotel bar, catching up on some computer jobs and
watching the comings and goings of the hotel. A band arrived from Chicago with
their luggage and instruments. They later performed on a street corner to
promote their performances.
... Crowded House etc. We found an excellent kebab shop on the way home which received our business every night during our stay! New Years Eve started early to ensure we celebrated all the New Years across the different time zones. We had a bus "tour" of Edinburgh in which the lethal bus driver got us lost and was asking for directions, did a 3 point turn in the road, stopped in the middle of an intersection on a red light etcetera. It was quite ...