Royal Ettrick Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... country as they really are trying to make it good and attract tourists. Sadly I only had the one day there and really wish I had a few more as I really loved travelling that land and also the extremely friendly people. My insurance did not cover me for this neck of the world and so was rather worried but I bet if anything did happen in Albania the people there would be the first to help you.
The other two country’s I did not ...
... to get a ticket and go inside, I'd only have 2 hours because I arrived at 4 and they was closing at 6! The castle itself was nice, it wasn't too crowed maybe because of the awful weather, looking over at the city was nice even through all the fog. I head back toward m hostel, where I'd sat in kitchen with some of the other people staying in the hostels, we'd decided to go to a shop where we brought some booze, we sat in the kitchen playing drinking games, one of the guys that ...
... car, the Irish helped him remove his seat then set the seat back up so you couldn't tell. The stone mason set to fixing the Stone and when he filled the crack in he placed a note inside which no one to this day knows what it says. Now the student hid the Stone in his house for 2 years and word finally spread he had it so what he did was he left the Stone in the Abbey in the middle of Edinburgh one night to await a grand entrance when every one arrived the ...
... which was kind of sad. They still have real government events at these places, and today was one of those days. A few guys in kilts were guarding the entrance. So we headed up to the other end of the royal mile in search of the castle.
As we approached the St. Giles Cathedral, we saw a guy with a guitar and some people starting to gather and thought nothing of it really. Then he started to sing. ...
We thought a good way to celebrate our freedom would be to explore the Pentland Hills. We didn't know the exact route to get to the hills (neither of us have a car here), we did however know how to get near them..and that would have to be close enough!
So we packed a lunch and got on the number 11 bus. We got off when we could ...