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... history. It also has a stone that is used for the coronation of King's and will be moved to St Paul's cathedral for Charles or William (or George... who knows??)
The Castle was amazing as it sits up nice and high and you can see it from virtually anywhere around Edinburgh.
After our hard work looking around the castle we went to a place for lunch called 'Oink' and they make delicious Pork bun rolls with apple sauce - ...
... of the loch and back. Unfortunately no sigh of Nessie, but apparently all of the locals fully believe that there is something in the lake. The last sighting was in 2010 by a local man, who released 1 photo as 'proof' but refused to give any interviews about what he saw. It was all a bit strange. But the loch is beautiful, and the weather was stunning, so it was still worth the trip! From Loch Ness we kept driving around the water and back into the highlands. Stopped a few ...
The next morning Jason got up and went to work which was a bit of a struggle and I was under the impression that I might have been starting my new internship too however due to it being a super busy week in the office I didn't have to until the follow week. Yus. This actually worked out brilliantly for me because I would have totally struggled the very day after we arrived back from such a luxurious two weeks away! Mostly though it was good ...
... constantly struggling against age and the elements to survive. Thankfully, the current efforts to protect these priceless artifacts for future generations are continuing. And what a beautiful wedding those folks staying in the castle must had had. We drove through rain showers, then the sun came out. In the small village of Galashiels, there were lovely ruins of an old church, then up the road a "new" church had been built. Across the road, a beautiful stone bridge was built in ...
... for lunch at a local coffee shop...best decision of my life. I am a sucker for brownies all the while hearing about a woman called Maggie Dickson who has a pub named after her in the Haymarket District of Edinburgh, which used to be an incredibly seedy area. This is also the area that I saw the giant roasted pig in the window. There is definitely a picture of it in the other post.
However, I was talking about Maggie Dickson. Apparently, her husband left to go ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility