The Stevenson House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... spooky. We stood in the exact spot where city members used to torture accused witches to try and get a confession out of them. After leaving I couldn't shake off the feeling of being watched.
I took tons of dark pictures to see if I could capture anything on film (just for fun, even if you're a non-believer you never really know do you?). I couldn't find anything but maybe you can:
... 60, and I saw so much of myself in her. We talked a lot about traveling alone, the things we like/don't like about it. There are more pros than cons though, in our opinion :) She was really delightful (I love that word) and a perfect person for me to meet, especially at the beginning of my trip. Kinda have me an extra boost for the day. After that I left and caught a marching band of dudes playing tunes up and down the street. Everyone knows how I ...
... A lot of it is just my brain is not functioning as quickly as I would like it at this point. I was also in a lot of pain from my guitar torture device.
We all gathered back at C Venues for the performance at 12:30pm. I rode the elevator up along with Steve and Mickey as we are carrying equipment. The kids proceeded downstairs to climb upstairs. lol
The performance was interesting. I thought the kids were ...
... early to avoid the crowds. Rather than wait in the cold for a bus to come we decided to walk up to the castle. We were one of the first when the gares opened. We flashed around and went to see the jewels and some of the rooms in the palace. By the time we'd got through these there were huge queues forming everywhere. Couldn't take photos of the jewels, but got a few in other places. Most of the history was about Mary and the ...
... which commemorates the loyal pooch who spent 14 years by his master's grave. We were amazed that Holyrood Castle is such a grand building but the houses surrounding are not anything like you would expect... Edinburgh itself is a really pretty, old town and I am sure it would be lovely to walk around in the summer but unfortunately it was really cold and rainy. We also saw the Church in which the other Royal Wedding of 2011 took place, that ...