G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh
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... to the quality of the tour. In simple, the tour guide has to work to earn your money. And for the record, the tour was great! Our guide was the owner of the company and his passion for the highlands was reflected through the rich emotion and detail he incorporated in to the stories of his homeland. I was really glad my fellow backpacker Courtney from CA could join as well. We had a lot of fun exploring each of the castles and towns- and especially feeding ...
... by Eric Miralles. It has taken advantage of Arthur's Seat, which rises starkly above it.
Greyfriars Bobby was a Skye terrier, who from 1858 to 1872, maintained a vigil over his master's grave and was cared for by the local people. A novel written by Eleanor Atkinson about the dog was made into a film. Many people gather around the life size statue and rub his nose on passing.
Greg's father, John Alexander, is a keen historian on matters family and Scottish history. John's grandfather migrated to Melbourne from Scotland, leaving many relatives in Inverness and surrounds. John has visited, and is a regular correspondent with, the Scottish Alexanders. When we discussed our itinerary with John he suggested we visit Greg's distant cousin Erica. Erica visited us at Elswick Street 20 years ago after finishing ...
... back across the road to the greyfriers bobby
statue. Here i meet up with the harry potter walking tour. Harry potter was written in this city, a lot of the sights and historical people were incorporated into the books, there is a lot of harry potter in this city. This walking tour started in Grefriers cemetery where we went back to the tom riddle grave as well as looked at some other graves of people that are in history that were incorporated into the book. Ad it was ...
... the 'fringe' comedy festival was on, there were many street performers, speakers, tents, pop up bars. I headed down the wrong street, with the castle Infront of me, high upon the hill, after missing the turning and walking too far, I had to turn back and head up hill, where I come from there is no hills, I had to hold onto the railing to pull myself up higher, I finally reached the too, flat land. There was little visibility, the fog had thickened, the rain continued, ...