BEST WESTERN Cartland Bridge Hotel
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... the time to do the whole "tourist-y" thing, including a tour in "pod" chairs through a portion of the old mill, narrated and "led" by Annie McLeod, the spirit of a 10 year-old girl who worked the mill with members of her family in the early 1800s. The ride was actually very well done. At the end of the ride, we got to see some of the workers making threads and then spent some time (and money) in the mill gift shop. Also went to see the ...
We arrived at London's Heathrow airport and took a tired but excited group of students through the first terminal. Since the airport is so large, we actually had to take a bus from Terminal 3, where we landed, to Terminal 5 where our domestic flight to Edinburgh would depart. We did a check to make sure that we had everybody. As the group leader, this is always weighing on me. The idea of moving somewhere without a student is actually quite terrifying and I certainly don't want ...
... to the starting point, the total trip taking a bit over an hour. The icicle sitting next to me was blowing in his hands and trying to crawl inside his hat but I just closed my eyes and listened to the wind, the birds and the creaking of the boat.
We chatted with the Captain after mooring and he explained that all Winter they do maintenance on the boats, (we had commented on how good a 1938 boat was looking>. ...
... catching a taxi. So despite his fixation on our apparent 'taxi habit' we managed to get across our request and he agreed we could indeed store our luggage with him at the B&B for the day. Before the Cambridge footlights we went to a free comedy show called 'The Complete History of the Roman Empire with Ed O'Meara'. This was really enjoyable and although it wasn't hilarious it was amusing and educational. Erin loves the Romans so she was very happy. We did a small shop at ...
... This time it was trying to find Mary King’s close. I think we had to stop and ask for directions three times.
The entrance to Mary King’s close is a small opening in a wall. It was at one time, a street leading down to the Nor Loch. The tour that we took led us underground where they have found what remains of the original close.
A close, which we would call a street, used to be all along the Royal Mile. The name of the close would either ...