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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... Museum in Munich.
A street vendor selling gluten free crepes was a nice end to the day�� His brother is a chef at Emerald Lake Lodge in Yoho Park and his brothers girl friend is from Moose Jaw - small world.
Edinburgh has a much different feel than Glasgow and they are only 45 miles apart.
We go to the Lake District tomorrow.
... to their beautiful Victorian home. The center was filled with people milling around, full of chatter and enthusiasm. They came from all over the world to enjoy the famed Edinburgh Festival,noted for the quality of its offerings in the arts of music, art, theater and improvisational theater. Every year they also hold a Military Tattoo with hundreds of military personnel performing reels and playing music with ...
... Scotland is still part of the UK, and therefore answerable to Westminster, power has slowly been devolved to give Scotland more of a voice in how it is run. Depending on how Septembers referendum goes however, this could all change. On September 18th Scots go to the polls to determine whether or not they want the UK will remain a United Kingdom. All over the city one can see small signs of the upcoming referendum. In the windows of some shops and residences there are small signs ...
We safely arrived in Edinburgh and started the day out with a scenic drive with our tour guide and a walking tour. We saw the castle and got free time to walk around the Royal Mile. Since we were all tired, we went back to the hotel after dinner and some of us went to a nearby grocery store. I bought some Cadbury chocolate caramel ...
... again a masterful display of architecture and stone carving. Having no pounds left on us I unfortunately wasn't able to make the trek up to the top of the monument to look out but that's okay. We'd get a great view of the city from the top of Calton Hill. On our way to Calton Hill, Kara needed to go to the bathroom and this is still a point of great contention for her as we went into a mall and you literally had to pay 20 pence to get into the bathroom! ...