Atholl Brae Royal Mile
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... rest of the original fort was being destroyed in battle, no one dared disturb the chapel as it was dedicated to Queen Margaret who died in 1093 and was sainted in 1250. It was considered holy and therefore was left alone. Its simple frame is inviting.
The war memorial/chapel ...
... almost a horror
to see glass enclosed rooms just off the thoroughfare through the airport where
folks can take cigarette breaks. One of these rooms has a horse size replica of
a camel and can hold maybe thirty smokers at a time.Unlike my last passage through the Frankfurt Airport there
was no trip to a police station to argue over my possession of illegal weapons
in my airplane luggage. What can I say? These items are on ...
... So, I know nothing! It feels strange. I am the one known as the "touro info queen". I don't make plans as such, but I like to know all the options so I can suggest where we can go and what we can do. Work has taken my waking, and often sleeping, hours, so my research didn't happen. Fear not, by breakfast time tomorrow I will have accumulated enough brochures and guides to sate my hunger! Barcelona here we come! So, we will go on a magical mystery tour or ...
... the top of the mountain and you could view the whole town from up there. After the hike, we went to eat dinner at a pizza restaurant. Our tour guide told us about a meat called haggis, which is made of liver and kidneys from a sheep. I did not try haggis because the description sounded gross, but people who tried it said that it tasted like a sausage. I decided to eat pepperoni pizza instead. After everyone finished dinner, we walked to the city for ...
... walk through the city. Roy decided to stay and watch from the hotel...the streets we had to walk at times had steep inclines. Hannah, Justin and I headed out to get our torches. Everyone was laughing and excited about the walk. We got our torches without a wait so we had time to go to dinner before the walk which began at seven. We got in line about six o'clock to begin the walk. There were soooooooo many people! This is a huge event in Scotland! We began moving ...