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... the pool room, weight room, and movie rooms are. We sit on 800 acres of land with many trails! I would love to go run and explore them, but it's pretty cold here and I just got a nice little cold yesterday. I hope it gets better by Thursday for Munich! We had the morning to explore Edinburgh. We didn't see much before we headed back to Dalkeith. ...
... and it is raining fairly hard too. Find some shelter in a tunnel with people smoking up a storm so we dash out in the rain to a coffee shop. We sit in there for 30 mins reading the paper till the rain subsides enough for us to go to Starbucks. Rain has not stopped so Karlyn and I decide time to get out of here back to the motorhome. Kids play in the playground here at the caravan park for ages. They meet some ...
... our own. I saw various gorgeous Cathedrals and even a Castle. We then went to The Tron for a pint and some fish and chips. It was wonderfully cheap. I spent a total of 8 Pounds and that included the tip. We then took our first solo bus ride back to the Dalkeith House and went to bed. Thanks to jet lag, I was out by 9 pm. Today I have my first class period. Hopefully balancing homework and exploration will be easier than I think it is going to be.
... a cruise of the lake and see……………& #8230;……nothing. But the guys on the cruise are right in to the legend, they have come from Universities from around the world and scan the lake with high tech sonar equipment every cruise, they have some fantastic stories to tell and as much as I wanted to believe I’m still a sceptic. On the way up and back the tour guide tells some great stories of Scottish history and that was my favourite part of the ...
... with beautiful views over the city.
On our last day we decided to head out of the city to see another castle and palace and to stretch our legs amongst some stunning scenery of wooded forest and lakes or lochs as the scotts call them. A visit to the falkirk wheel; an amazing piece of engineering connecting two seperate canals together topped off the day.This was followed by a late night train down to London for the next part of our ...
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