Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Newcraighall)
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... the mud. I loved this one because it gave me hope that the troubles I have gone through are going to give me the ability to get through trials that come my way. It is good for me to know that if I shift the "weight" just right it will give me strength.
Scottish phrase of the day: Left, right, and centre. It is similar to the phrase"left and right", which means all the time or everywhere.
... of the Stone of Destiny (or Stone of Scone), upon which, traditionally, the Kings of Scotland were crowned. This castle was among the most important in the Kingdom of Scotland, and played a role in the Wars of Scottish Independence in the 14th century, til the Jacobite Rising in 1745. Up until 1603, when the Union of Crowns united England and Scotland, it served as a royal residence. By the 17th century, however, it became primarily used as a military ...
We head for Edinburgh. First stop is Rosslyn Chapel about 15
minutes out of the city. The Scottish people believe this is one of their most beautiful churches. Rosslyn Chapel, formally known as the
Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew, was founded on a small hill above
Roslin Glen as a Catholic collegiate church in the mid-15th century. The
chapel took some 40 years to complete and its ornate stonework and
mysterious symbolism have inspired - ...
... get up at 4 in order to catch our bus back to London, we decided to get to bed. We said our goodbyes to everyone and drifted off to sleep.
As soon as our heads hit the pillow, our alarm was going off. We collected our belonging, checked out, and walked to the bus station. We arrived earlier than expected, and we were able to convince the bus driver to let us on the earlier bus. This time, the bus was pretty empty. KP and I both got our own row and settled in for the ...
Time to head into the Scottish Highlands to tour the mountains and the castles. I booked a day trip from Edinburgh with Timberbush Tours. Our guide, Marty, was a lot of fun and certainly was very proud of his country and very knowledgeable. And he even wore a kilt!!! I scored the front seat of the bus which I love because you get an excellent view of the drive and usually you can be the first off the bus.
We left ...