Priory Lodge Guest House
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... gardens, but I'm not sure I’d call it the loveliest castle. We toured the interior, then did the maze. From the center of the maze, we entered the grotto, with creepy giant stone green man and recorded voice reciting the Rime of the Ancient Mariner. We had a coffee then departed.
The drive to Heathrow was mostly okay. We picked up some traffic near the end and jumped off the ...
... windscreen whilst filling up the car. "Ayyy but you're in England now love." She then very kindly goes out the back and returns with a bucket of water and she gives me a roll of hand towels. David is a little surprised when I hand it over but it does the trick. So tell me Englanders how do you wash your windscreens??
The drive is uneventful apart from one incident. We have been using Robbie's sat nav to date but it mustn't be ...
... I had walked no further than 100 meters when I came across a hostel, but given my fussy hostel requirements since my laptop saga, I needed to check. Did it have lockers? Yep. Did it have door pass keys? Multiple. Was it cheap? Well if I had booked online then yes, but given I was standing here that didn't happen. Talk about best service ever though! The girl caught on I was on a tight budget, and so went online...BOOKED ...
... hiking up to the top of the hill where the monument sits we were astounded by the gorgeous views from all around. We couldn't help but take far too many pictures.
After the Wallace Monument we were taken to Stirling Castle where we were given the opportunity for some pretty fancy photo ops.
Do you recognize this castle? Maybe you do or maybe ...
... Towne. Wow! All the stone buildings. I've seen a lot of old century towns but this was awesome. Like a movie clip out of Harry Potter world. We walked up the Royal Mile to Edinburgh Castle, which is built on volcanic rock. Then walked down to the bottom of the street to tour inside Holyrood Palace, which was extra interesting for me since that is where the characters of the book I'm reading are now inhabiting. Had delicious sweet potato ...