Merith House Hotel
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We decided last minute to do a Haggis tour of Scotland as there is a lot of land to cover and would have been quite tricky without a car, plus we wanted to learn a little bit and meet some people (we're not that sick of each other yet but thought it would be fun). The Scotland countryside is really beautiful. We saw all of the Lochs, did a cruise of Loch ness (unfortunately didn't spot nessy), visited Isle of Skye, Eilean Donan Castle, Glenfinnan Viaduct (Hogwarts ...
... in those days. There was a story of a man wanting to be a vampire so he killed his only friend and ate some of his flesh. When the guy came out of his trance he buried the friend in a grave in the park. Police questioned him and let him go but came back when DNA evidence put him all over the body. That was in 2003! What the What!
Also the episode of Futurama about Fry and his dog were based on a real person and his dog from Edinburgh. Fun Fact.
... br> and covers 28 stops over five decks. From the luxurious dining room, where
kings, queens, world leaders and celebrities were entertained, to the bunk room
of the crew, it is an amazingly interesting attraction. I enjoyed a scone with
jam and clotted cream and a coffee in the tearooms before finishing the tour.
I’m back in the hotel bar this afternoon, trying to decide what to do when I leave
Edinburgh on Monday!
... just in case) and walked around the corner (all of 3 mins) to feed the 'wildlife' - well the swans, ducky-wucks (well that's what Murdoch and I called them). I tried not to feed the pigeons and gulls. Oh and there was a sign to say white bread was bad for nutritional value - wholemeal and grains preferred... next time.
I sat on a bench and closed my eyes and enjoyed some VitD! And all of those whom really know me - I avoid the sun at all costs... Now, I try and ...
... walked down the main avenue for a bit, seeing pipers and other street performers, and then made our way down to the Scotland Historical Museum. It was free. So we decided to walk around for a bit, but the place is really huge. You could easily spend a couple of days there. We made our way through the early civilization of Northumbria (Great Britain) to the reformation of Scotland (Changing from Catholic to a Presbyterian Church). After a while, our ...