The Conifers Guest House
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... I am trying to branch out.
The first 25 minutes of our tour involved a somewhat historic walk about the city. Then we walked down to Cowgate (a street just off the Royal mile), then under South Bridge and then up the first street on the left hand side. The Auld Reekie office was locked there, as well as the secret (not so secret) vaults under South Bridge.
Now the name Auld Reekie come from Auld meaning old and Reekie referring to ...
... row, talking amongst themselves and just generally being really disrespectful. ****
We then had about four hours until our next ticketed show. So we headed down to one of the many free fringe venues Laughing Horse @ Espionage. It's not free exactly, you are expected to pay on your way out. There were five acts and an MC. Some were good, some not so good. Do I remember their names or think it was worth remembering their names? No. ***
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... with serene farms and crops of gold. We travel under stone archways and through tunnels with the unique cottages along with rock "hedgerows" among the farmland and wild flowers abounding.
Many of these green fields are dotted with a great number of little lambs.
Arriving in Glasgow, I walked around taking these various pictures of beauty. Though I can't name them all, as to what they are, I hope you enjoy the beauty of these very old structures.
... day we went to the famous Edinburgh Castle which was quite amazing. It is actually built extremely high up on an extinct volcano and held many prisoners of war and other important royal and military people. There were cannons lining the castle and lots of rooms inside full of history. The castle is still used for important occasions and even has a cemetery for dogs, which I loved. Next, was a quick stop at a cafe for a cheese and tomato toastie. After that ...
... the shark reef aquarium, a four day monorail pass, 3 Buffet passes, another restaurant meal, fresh crÍpes, drink credit in a piano bar and lordy lordy one or two other things as well. It's saving us a stack of money. Speaking of savings we just found a cheeper deal on our hotel as well. So we called up reservations and saved our selves another $200. Well the cocktail and shopping kitty is looking better for all this, you should see the smile on Gail’s ...