Dunstane City Hotel
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... later walking tour. We had the same tour guide for both and she walks us through and around Edinburgh telling us all manner of different tales regarding the cities diverse history.
The best tale by far in my opinion was the tale of the Stone of Destiny. Quick backstory the Stone of Destiny is a stone that the Scots use as their talisman as well as a sword and two other items that escape my mind. The Stone has a prophecy that wherever it stands the ...
... Staying at the Supai Motel
Monday 9th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Seligman to Needles, California
A side trip to the Hoover Dam will be taken and the trip along the Oatman Highway should be spectacular
Tuesday 10th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Needles to Barstow, California
Wednesday 11th June 2014
Follow Route 66 from Barstow to San Bernardino, California
Staying at the Wigwam Motel
... Castle and headed pass Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument. This monument use to attract about 30 000 visitors per year, but since the move, Braveheart, it now sees almost 130 000 visitors! Marty, the guide, shared with us some inaccuracies regarding the movie. For starters, Mel Gibson is quite short – perhaps 5'7"- while William Wallace was 6’7”- but hey, what’s a Hollywood movie without a little ...
... in the harbor (they were not any there that day), and to get some great views of Ireland's Eye, an Ireland fifteen minutes off the coast where there is a colony of seabirds, including puffins. Just behind Ireland's Eye, there is another Ireland, which is incredibly home to a very happy colony of wallabies! Dublin Zoo had a problem with over prolific breeders in their wallaby population, so they fixed the problem by releasing them onto this Ireland, where, without any ...
... Our first drive would take us to the Wallace monument which is famous for housing one of Scotland's biggest heroes also known as 'Braveheart'.
The drive would take about an hour and a half and Don promised to make the trip very pleasurable by telling us all about Scottish history.
Don however only had 2 requests/rules which he would not stand by if broken; the first one was 'no ******* on the bus' which we all agreed was best especially seeing as he had taken with him ...