Ellersly House Hotel
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... a faint bagpiper, smelling the wonderful foods and pastries in every window, walking 10 miles a day with a purpose, and meeting new people with amazing stories.
I'm so happy I could share my memories with you, and I thank you so much for reading this daily. Shout out to Kate, who inspired me to start a travel blog! It's been the best way to document my trip.
Now it's time to drive home to Corpus and pick up my puppy and hug my parents :)
... of old Victorian townhouses, and my room was in the one next to the main building. This means that unless something goes wrong, I probably won't see any of the hotel staff until I check out on Thursday! I'm sure I booked a single room, and the one they've given me does have a single bed, true, but it also has a massive 4 poster bed, which will be a welcome relief after the single bed at my last hotel!
After settling in for a bit, I headed out ...
... escaping into the closes was known to cause hallucinations. Urban legends say that the hauntings originated with plague victims being quarantined and left to die in the close, or with their bodies being used to build the walls.
The owners of The Real Mary King’s Close tours took advantage of the inaccessibility beneath the City Chambers and its haunted reputation to conjure up a fine recipe for the historical mythology that the citizens of Edinburgh and ...
... sweatshirt several times, finally we just took the lid off. Chris took our trash to the trash can, and looking at the cathedral rules at the entrance, Elizabeth sent Julian to catch up with him in order to throw out his remaining hot chocolate. Julian got half way there and tripped and crashed to the ground; the hot chocolate spilling over the cobblestones, but miraculously not getting any on him-this time.
The cathedral is beautiful, with ornate filigree and carvings. ...
... way up I decided to continue passed and stop at view points along the way and take a few photos.There on the steep hillside on the south side of “The Lecht” is the “Old Military Road” which is simply two tracks of dirt heading across the mountains and so I turned off there and headed along this road to see what I could find.Old houses and buildings from bygone times were to be found but most of all it was the wonderful scenery. The ...