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... I know how wonderful it feels for someone to pay attention and offer a compliment on my work....there is no better reward for a gardener than this, trust me! I'm getting hungry and it seems my sister's stomach clock is on the same time as mine, so we stop at a local pub, Hectors on Deanhaugh Street, and order Bangers and Mash and oh they are amazingly delish as expected...we are SO spoiled now! On the walls of this pub there are pictures, a ...
... girl had loudly said 'I don't know what these are like but I know rhubarb is rubbish' I was eager to try this rubbish rhubarb. Overall I thought it was great: another eating experience ticked off the list. As we explored George Street, which runs parallel to Prince's Street, we stumbled upon another cultural eating experience. Shakeaway: a milkshake shop offering the most amazing range. Pick any chocolate bar as they will make it into a shake, as well as loads of pre-made ...
... to get to the Royal Yacht Britannia, the official yacht of the royals from the 50's until it was decommissioned in 1997. Once again, Vicky loved it since it had to do with the royal family. One of the best parts was seeing the dining room, a place where many powerful people have sat- including the royal family (obviously), the Clinton's, Reagan's, Winston Churchill, etc. It was very neat to see where the royals spent so ...
... I do a Whiskey Experience tasting - which I struggled with due to the fact that MY MOUTH WAS ON FIRE. I wander inside the castle (not that interesting) and down the mile - a narrow cobbled street leading down to the palace. I didn't get to visit Holyrood as Prince Charles was there at the time. I even have a look in the old Royal ship ....., with an audio guide showing me through all the rooms including the Queen's and Prince Edward's (they both had small ...
Day 2 started off with a bang... literally. Andy
fell out of the top bunk of the bunk bed at about 5:00 am. This was after an
episode of sleepwalking and grabbing some girl's leg in the middle of the
night. No one ever said hostels were dull!
After a quick breakfast at a local cafe (Andy
and Laura had bacon rolls...ew), we headed out on the first of our walking
tours. Our guide was a read-headed Scot named Naomi, ...
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