Priory Lodge Guest House
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Very busy day today collecting all the cast.
I was up about 5:45am today to finish my online work and to also get myself ready for a long day in Sunny/Cloudy/Rainy/Sunny Edinburgh.
At about 6:30am, I left the apartment and made my way down to Waverly Station to take the Airlink bus to the Airport. It was a little funny as I was still a little loopy and walked passed ...
... lunch and got to talking to an Australian couple who have just completed a week's walk on Hadrian's Wall, and they told us the queues at the castle were so long this morning they didn't go in. We walked up to there anyway, there was no queue, so we went in. They are setting up the seating for the tattoo in August already. We took the 15 minute guided tour, which ...
... are now. Sean Fitzgerald, a dry stone wall builder from Ballydavid in Co. Kerry, dates the change there to the arrival of an artist in the village of Dunquin in the early seventies. Instead of having the walls around her house built of breeze block, as was the then fashion, she wanted a traditional dry stone wall. Suddenly everyone realised what they had. Sean Fitzgerald is constantly busy now, building new walls not only on the Dingle Peninsula, but also as far away as ...
... Castle and had the best history lesson ever. We ventured over to Wallace Monument and although we were too late for formal tour, we climbed to its base the quickest way we could racing each other up bushy tracks being used by orienteering groups. Fun and great workout.
Thursday 20th June
Drive day has arrived. Kids well prepped for the marathon drive - 7am start- 16hrs - 1000kms.
We took a huge chunk of Scotland and inhaled ...
... br> The Ladies' toilet walls (no reason to think it wouldn't be the same in the Gents') were completely covered with Harry Potter quotes and thank you messages to JK Rowling 'for countless hours of happiness'. The one I like the best (from someone who hasn't read the Potter books) is 'Of course it's happening inside your head Harry, but why on earth does that make it any less real?' ... of course amongst this literary grafitti was also the obligatory and common 'Jason loves ...