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... drinkers. Since then, Grassmarket has become a party area with many pubs, visited by groups of hen and stag trips (the UK version of bachelorette/bachelor parties), but it has more recently been gentrified. Our studio apartment:
has an amazing view of the Edinburgh Castle, even more beautiful when lit at night. We will be happy here for 2 weeks exploring the city, visiting ...
... Scotland!). Edinburgh proved a great blend of the old and new, with a visit to the imposing Edinburgh Castle perched on its rocky outlook over the city, providing some context to the long history of both the city and castle, along with some fabulous views (and so the reason for building a fortress there!). Our forecasted rainy day (which never rained a drop) visit to the Modern Art Gallery included a killer red onion and brie sandwich ...
Craziest day in Europe so far! Today was interesting to say the least. We had a guest speaker in our class and he was amazing. So funny and so informative about how things work in Scotland. Later we went to Edinburgh looking for some clubs. Turns out the clubs don't get exciting until late and even at 1 am they aren't that great on a Wednesday night. So as we're about to get on our bus these Irish guys stop to talk ...
... because he got his money back but mainly because we really enjoyed the Tattoo! It is a concert of military pipe bands from all over the world who perform in front of the Edinburgh castle. This year has groups from Scotland, Spain, Brazil, Germany, Holland and other places. The Dutchies played whilst riding bicycles which was very impressive and we also watched some highland dancing. The weather had been horrible all day but the clouds lifted and it ended ...
... got back on the bus, Don told us what the people who run the boat cruises believe about the Loch Ness Monster. He said they have no doubt Nessie exists and even presume what type it animal it is. It's some dinosaur-like creature that's believed to be extinct by most people. They say that these monsters would never attack a human because their jaws don't open wide enough to do so. Instead, they just eat fish. The cruise guys actually believe there's a family of ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsDalkeith Guest House
The Dalkeith House is beautiful with a great location near Edinburgh, my only complaint is that my room is freezing. Other than that, so far so good :).
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