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... out. Aimee bargain spotted a burger deal on our way down the golden mile so we stopped and replenished our reserves before making our way to see Greyfriars Bobby (a statue of a dog that sat by his owners grave everyday until he died himself) and the corresponding church and graveyard. Then it was off to tesco's for some cider and ginger beers and bed. Today. The Edinburgh dungeon. A walk through tour of Scotland's past atrocities and living conditions in ...
... blue door). He was a sickly child and spent a lot of time indoors in his bedroom on the upper floor. From there he had a clear view of the park opposite where other children would play. In the park was an island. This is claimed to be the inspiration for 'Treasure Island'. It's a private home now. Opposite our hotel was the residence of Alexander Graham Bell. Our tour continued to Edinburgh Castle which is a Defence hold. We explored, Queen Mary's Chapel, saw ...
... could take after this -- a free walking tour Eva had strongly suggested, stand in line forever at the Edinburgh Castle, visit Holyrood Castle where the queen stays when she's in town, take a Hop-On-Hop-Off tour...but instead we went to the Dr. Jekyll and Hyde pub she had also mentioned.
What a find! We had a blast there. First the décor is just fun and awesome; For example, the entrance to the toilets completely blends into the wall,; there ...
... is a pretty steep hill.
the next day I had a choice to walk up Arthur's Seat or stay in Starbucks all day with all my friends that I just made and I chose to stick with my newly made friends I know it may seem like I didn't grasp that much of an oppurtunity but I needed to decompress and get ready for my large contiki tour. I caught the luxury (k)night bus also known as the muggle version of the knight bus in Harry Potter. It ...
... when we outgrew the sweater, it was unraveled again and
something else knit again. As for the
rest of the sheep my butcher told me that most lamb meat (but rarely mutton) is
largely shipped to the EU. Scots,
according to a recent article in the newspaper, only eat lamb on an average of
6 times a year! Sheep farming doesn’t
seem like a very profitable business, but then again, what do I know!