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... of the flight and at one point he had some sort of attack we thought he was literally having a heart attack as he passed out then woke up with foam in his mouth (according to Jamie). But would be quite funny if Jamie caught something like TB before even landing in Thailand because of all the vaccines we have had leading up to this trip. Wouldn't be funny if I caught it ...
... bus tour representatives where they made suggestions of what we could do for the day. Marcy and I wanted to go to Warner brother studios but ran out of time, so we opted to have dinner in a pub called: the butchers hook & cleaver, have a bus tour of the city and take a cruise on the water to see the city's main tourist attractions and take in the history of the beautiful city. Marcy and I walked ...
... which is located very near The Golden Mile. Bags in the room and it's time for a wander around the area to get some fresh air. From what we could see, in the dark, this part of Edinburgh is very original with lots of old pubs and steep streets. We were both full from our lovely lunch so didn't need dinner, but we didn't feel like hanging about in the hotel room - so nothing for it but to find a nice pub ...
... was a great way to relax after being traumatized!
Tuesday, October 22nd
Harriet, Sarah and I bought bus trip tickets to see life outside Edinburgh. Our tour guide was amazing and so friendly. He was very personable and talked to each tourist to find out their story and where they were from.
We drove through The Highlands and Glencoe, which was the setting of the quidditch scenes ...
A historic journey today- First Hadrian's Wall- which is probably the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain.It is the best known frontier in the entire Roman empire and its remains stands today as a reminder of of the past glories of one of the world's greatest powers. Hadrian's wall was built on the orders of the emporer Hadrian,who visited Britain in AD 122.It's sole purpose was to separate the Romans and the ...