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This travelogue is going to be of two parts: mixing and matching two different men who participated in two different, yet the same, events, in two different countries, on two different islands, 700 years apart.
A man named William Wallace is a bona fide national hero of Scotland. He lived in the late 1200s.
A man named Mel Gibson was a bona fide international movie star from America in the 1990s. He played William Wallace in the ...
... in the bedroom." Well let me tell you this comedian rolled with that, we probably heard only 5 mins of his set and the rest was literally about Allie and Jakob. We killed ourselves laughing! We all were hungry after all of the laughing and headed back to burgers and beers. We all tried a little bit of haggis, which isn't horrible but knowing what it is sucks. Then Geoff and I headed back to the room to pack, because we had a 36 hour trip to get to Belgium. Love ...
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Fascinating tour and that lead us back to the hotel to crash once again. We have two more days on this adventure and they are going to be good ones. We have full day tours the next two days and tomorrow we go to
Rosslyn Chapel (watch Da Vinci Code), Scottish Borders & Glenkinchie Distillery!!!
... the bus ( don't think Bo's excited, but I am), and Edinburgh is just buzzing. Excitement mixed with a little nervousness, we finally meet up with Anna and Ian, but as soon as we meet again the nerves subside. Immediately I feel relaxed as we fall straight into conversation and laugh about the old times.
Poor Bo, his birthday briefly discussed and then Anna and I were reminiscing about what we did way back then - the things she can remember! Surely not!! ...