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... giving all the insider tips on all things Aberdeen. It was incredible talking to someone who loved Robert Gordon University and Aberdeen so much. While the weather will be miserable, I still have a lot of other aspects to look forward to.
Then we met another group of guys when we sat down, who were mostly Spaniards. We joined them for conversations. One of the guys was an Englishman from Cambridge. His name was Olie, and one of the Spaniards was nicknamed Jas. It was ...
... bottom. And yes, it is actually a mile.
Edinburgh is a fabulous town, and one that I plan on visiting again soon. Downtown Edinburgh is packed with pubs, bars, people buzzing around, whisky (yes, I did spell that right!), kilts, and interesting things to see. There are monuments, cemeteries, and churches everywhere.
I arrived at the hostel before Laura and Andrew. I paid for my bed and packed my stuff away.
If you have never stayed in a hostel, allow me ...
Wednesday 21st May 2014
Travel from Edinburgh to Chicago, Illinois
Thursday 22nd May 2014
Friday 23rd May 2014
Follow Route 66 from Chicago to Bloomington, Illinois
Leave Route 66 and travel to Champaign, Illinois
Saturday 24th May 2014
Travel to Indianapolis and then take a tour of a few of the covered bridges south of the city
Sunday 25th May 2014
... a little village inside, so we spent most of the day exploring what was on offer, scot army museum, crown Jewell's, the stone of destiny, war museum, war memorial, oldest building in Edinburgh, dog grave yard (soldiers dogs) and so on. At one o'clock we watched a gun fire from the one o'clock gun which was originally to help keep the city in time and alert nervy ships of the correct time, now it's just for tourists pleasure. Even though we knew it was about to fire we still jumped ...
... as J.K Rowling having lived in the city. I actually chanced upon Elephant House cafe, which is where J.K Rowling spent a lot of time whilst writing the first Harry Potter books. The cafe itself was very cosy, while the fans' messages and jokes written on the walls of the bathroom were very entertaining. The National Scottish Museum, too, was a great way to find out about Scotland's long and proud history. But ...