Joppa Turrets Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... with maybe more groves of large leafy trees. The Royal Mile, despite the throngs of tourists is an interesting mile of the city, the old architecture, the fronts of the buildings they are preserving as they modernize the backs of he buildings, it does make you take a second look when you see it was there in the 1100s. We find a path along a stream that leads to a part of the city that is so removed from the hustle and bustle that it is almost shocking to find ...
... friend and I catch the train to western Scotland. Lynda texts us that it is my bag that has arrived and that she will be joining us around midnight. After living several days out of one suitcase, we return to Edinburgh to learn that her bag has finally arrived. The day before we are to return to Washington, we catch the airport tram to pick up the wayward luggage. When we get to the airport they look at us strangely and say that they sent it ...
... doctrine, but the next monarch to make an impact on England, Elizabeth's half sister Bloody Mary, was Catholic, and persecuted the Protestants mercilessly. Then Elizabeth got on the throne and reversed her sister's work, making England officially Protestant again and killing some more people to keep it that way. Catholics in England were ******. Many turned to Mary Queen of Scots, believing her to be the true Queen of England because she too had a claim to the English throne, and ...
... Fair and sport festival in Grasmere, so there were crowds there. Took photo of Wordsworth's grave. Watched a 14 age group race up and down the mountain behind the town. Scotland in pm and visited Gretna Green, Passed Lockerbie, scene of plane crash in 1988. Arrived Edinburgh 6.30pm and had dinner at Dirty *****. Walked around the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and back to The Roxburgh by ...
... well spent. Just fantastic. We decided to walk back to the Hotel instead of returning in the Coach, as it is all downhill. So more things to see. A light lunch at a little food place near the Hotel and then Liz was on the Coach again to go visit Rosslyn Chapel. I decided to opt out of that one. Tonight the group will eat out prior to going to the Tattoo. The weather is cooler than London, but that's all ...