Highland House Hotel
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... Mile" is a name coined in the early 20th-century for the main artery of the Old Town which runs on a downwards slope from Edinburgh Castle to Holyrood Palace and the ruined Holyrood Abbey. Narrow closes (alleyways), often no more than a few feet wide, lead downhill on either side of the main spine in a herringbone pattern. The street layout, typical of the old quarters of many northern European cities, is made especially picturesque in Edinburgh, where the ...
... good thing, wouldn't have wanted to arrive to our next guests in such a sad state.
Megan and Kevin kindly picked us up from the Glasgow Bus Station and drove us (in their new car) back to Robert and Lawrence's house in Clarkston.
Lawrence had prepared a lovely meal and we chowed down on that, finally ready to eat again.
Although a long day, it all worked out in the end and we enjoyed a quick catch up with everyone before heading to bed. Sleep in for us tomorrow I ...
... 8217;t it? I have a feeling that last time I was wearing a woollen jumper with a lace collar neatly set over it. Sadly, I don’t have a pic of me in Glasgow from 1988, but I found one from when I was at Salisbury Cathedral which I’ve included so you can all appreciate the extreme lengths I went to in the colour coordination. This time in Glasgow, I followed up my smashed iPod at the Apple store, wandered the streets, did people-watching in the shopping strips, ate sushi ...
Week 7..cont – 16/04/2012 – 18/04/2012
It was a long 9 hr bus ride, but it seemed quick since I slept most of the way there heheh. When I arrived in Scotland I caught a taxi to my hotel which wasn't too far from the bus station…but it still costs me 17 pounds :-S. The next day I went on the Loch Ness and Highlands tour. It was fantastic…a long 12 hour tour through the highlands of Scotland and ...
... with about 10,000 people and 2 million sheep! We have found out a lot about sheep. Can you guess which country has the most sheep? We'll tell you when we get home. The winner will get a wee dram of whisky. Interestingly enough, there seems to be whisky in most desserts we order.
We went to the Isle of Mull where we were able to go to a small island for about an hour where we were about to see ...