Ellersly House Hotel
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... 0.0.0.0.0.0.$end:0 :$11:0" style="color: rgb(55, 62, 77); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">The top attraction in Edinburgh on Trip Advisor is Arthur's Chair and we were keen to climb the hill and enjoy the great views at the top. After a steep start to the walk, we turned a corner to see the walk was far further than ...
... and found out where a few things are! That night we went out for dinner (thanks guys!) with Oana.
Well today is Referendum Day. Much hype from both the Yes and No sides. Mainly the Yes guys are out there. Me - I'm going for No. I do have the right to vote here but didn't wish to. I don't know who will get the vote. I guess we'll all know tomorrow morning.
Love to all.
... I cannot tell you how much I like this stuff. I have had it at every opportunity since.
I stayed in all of the next day while N went for a walk in the afternoon up to Arthur's seat. That evening we headed to the Edinburgh Tattoo. OMG! So much better than on the telly. Australia didn't make a special presentation this year, but most of the countries that did, did a fantastic job, except for Malta (Sorry AZ). It is such a spectacular spectacular. We had ...
I'm a bit behind on the blog – about a couple of weeks or so. Most of our spare time in Switzerland has been consumed by planning for the US. We’re now on a train from Bern to Geneva and as usual, I find myself writing the blog while on the train. The scenery isn’t spectacular and so I can afford to stare at the computer. In most other parts of Switzerland, it’s almost a crime to not look out the window and capture that magnificent beauty that ...
... break her neck and the energy from the horse and carriage jolting along the rough roads was enough to re-start her heart like a defibrillator. She was taken back to the Grassmarket to be hung again however a spectator pointed out that this was double jeopardy and that you can not be tried for the same trail twice so Maggie was allowed to go free and lived for another 40 years... pretty cool :D
We saw the outside of the ...