Edinburgh Conference Centre
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... I've been told by many that Stirling Castle is a much better to tour ..if you compare both. So we set this one aside for today and decide to see as much of the castle on the outside and explore the Royal Mile a bit more before we have dinner. Tonight we take Maggie's advice for our restaurant choice and dine at Royal Spice ..right around the corner from the Starbucks on the Royal Mile. The staff was delightfully sweet ...
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Packs on backs Up up and away The countdowns done It's holiday! We've done it once We've done it twice Let's do it again And make it thrice The Netherlands For spring in bloom Tulips, windmills Cycle, zoom! Then to the hot The sun, the shine Three Turkish weeks We'll pass the time Sunnies on And jandals set Togs and towels For sun and wet We'll do our best To let you know All where we bike And sail and ...
... At one point our guide shone her flashlight up above and we could see the foundation of a newer government building about 3-4 floors above our heads. From there we meandered through the damp streets past groups of "Yes" and "No" voters as they preached from their soapboxes about how their beautiful homeland would surely perish should their side fail. The city was a buzz with signs and people handing out fliers and promotional materials. I particularly enjoyed ...
On our way at 8.15am to Scotland. Or first stop was Hadrian's Wall. It was a defensive fortification in Roman Britain, begun in AD 122 during the rule of emperor Hadrian. In addition to its military role, gates through the wall served as customs posts. A significant portion of the wall still exists and can be followed on foot along the Hadrian's Wall Path. What we saw was only a small portion. LJ told ...