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Day 3: May 16th Edinburgh
Awright blog followers -- Giggles and Gilliebean here -- all the way from Scotland. Today was a very rainy and windy day. We started off with the same yummy breakfast as yesterday of mushrooms and eggs at our hotel in Weybridge. Then we drove back to Heathrow airport, which looks like Yorkdale Mall inside and caught our flight to ...
... Gleneagles 2014. Europe were immense, investment in the cause
oozing from every pore, willingness to lay down in from of the train, imbued
with a belief that when miraculous was needed miraculous would appear. As darkness
descended and Old Sam Ryder’s cup was passed back to Captain McGinley by “old
pie face” Salmond himself, the post mortems and recriminations fought as
spawning salmon to fill the media’s microphones. Was ...
... a feat of architecture in the rolling hills. It got super cloudy and we were sure it was going to rain, but it held off again! Fingers crossed this trend will continue in Scotland, especially for the Tattoo and the Highlands.
Back at the (different) Scottish border we got to get out and take pictures & there was even a bagpiper! Got my picture with him in front of the Scotland marker. At the service stop I found some goodies for my family ...
... They also specialised in hot drinks, so I enjoyed an indulging hot chocolate topped with marshmallows and whipped cream….oh my it was delicious!! Packing ready for London I readied myself for another culture shock and attempted to plan our stay with next to no idea of where to go or what we wanted to do. All I knew was it was going to be fun…..possibly expensive. But it's LONDON!!!!! Far out that's exciting!! I'm off London is ...
... a bunch of people were killed. I got the weirdest feeling. It was definitely haunted. The other's probably would've agreed with me, but I thought everything was haunted so I didn't ask. There were also chapels (one being the smallest still standing chapel in Scotland) we visited on site, along with a huge gift shop. We left the castle and started down the Royal Mile again towards St. Giles Cathedral. Along the way, we caught a song from a street performer ...