Travelodge Edinburgh Dreghorn
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... 1400-1700 time frame. They touch on some of the residents that were there. What they did for a living, what living conditions were like, how the plague wiped out many of the people etc. Apparently these streets (or closes) were very narrow with buildings up to 10 stories high and sloping down to the sea for easy disposal of sewage that was thrown out on the streets. They showed you how the very poor lived in one room with twelve people to a flat of rooms for the richer ...
... t do bigger motor homes. So we stuck with it and made Dad Davidson and Sonya sleep in the tent a few more nights :-). It was a little bit funny when Sim picked us up he told us about how he was talking to the guy on the phone to find out which train station he needed to get off at but couldn't understand him cause of the accent. Then he asked the train conductor and he couldn't understand him either! Dad Davidson and I met a really nice Scotsman while we were having lunch, who ...
... the building, we went and saw the ruins from a fire many years ago. Outside the sun was shining, and on the lawns within the Palace gardens, there were squirrels running around munching on the grass! We finished on our tour and decided to have morning tea at the cafe in the Palace, nice hot coffee to warm us up and something to eat!
We then decided to go and see the view up the hill.......the big hill ( Arthurs Seat ) that took about 40 minutes to climb!! Once at the ...
... quick look at the outside of W.B. Yeats house, just one of Ireland's famous authors, before heading back into Howth and onto the train back to Dublin. It was a great rambling way to spend the day, out in the fresh air in beautiful surrounds!
The next few days were a bit lazy once again. I spent time picnicking and reading in St Stephen's Green, one of the main inner city parks in Dublin, donated to the city by the Guinness family, and exquisitely landscaped. I ...
... man's footsteps would endure the same slow and painful death.
Just when you thought it was over, the King needed to do one last thing,(to make sure of course that this man was indeed death, and would not come back to life to haunt him) so he grabbed a saw and began sawing his head off. Now this took a few attempts as 'apperently' it was much harder than it looked to saw a man's head off his body. Once off his head was placed on a stick and hung above the monument for ...