Travelodge Edinburgh Musselburgh
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arrived to a very hot room and unkept grounds. A bored receptionist and pretty tired albeit serviceable room. Will never book travelodge again - it is budget but not nice
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... tour was well run and worth the price of admission.
After this we went to St Gile's Cathedral. This church dates back to 14th century and was the preaching grounds for John Knox (who was a Presbyterian). He first preached here in 1559 and it was at his insistence that every person should be able to read the word of God, that gave Scotland an education system 300 years ahead of the rest of Europe. The church was burned by the English in 1385 and it was rebuilt bigger ...
... his train. Each time he would look up see the time and down his pint of beer. He had been doing most of the talking and not much drinking. He was just getting carried away in the conversation he would loose track of time. He did this twice. The second time we ended up having to go so we don't know if he came back a third time or if he actually made it to his time in time. For the first couple of days Sonya stayed down in London to catch up with friends so it was just the 3 of us. ...
... time in Iveagh Gardens, another beautifully landscaped park that is a bit of a hidden treasure, with most people heading to St Stephen's Green. Iveagh Gardens are quiet, with a waterfall and fountains and rambling overgrown paths and old statues littering the landscape. It was one of the few days it did not rain, so it was a great way to spend an afternoon, in the sun reading. In yet another park, I came across the Oscar Wilde memorial. Dublin really likes to celebrate ...
... see and be reminded of this horrible tragic day. His body was left lying there, unproclaimed, as his family was too afraid to come forward in case they too would be put through such torture just because they were related.
The man's body was burried by the King's castle, but was later dug back up ( by who we believe to be was his family) and burried else where. Unfortunately, we still to this day, have no clue where the body has been buried.
After that Steve took us ...
... When we got back to Edinburgh that night, we couldn't help but go back to Frankensteins again.
On Monday, I slept in and then did some souveneer shopping. I also went to the Art Museum, which isn't really my kind of thing, but I thought it was really cool anyway. Some of the Scottish paintings were brilliant! The next morning I had an 8 AM flight, so I didn't go out Monday night. Oh wait, yes I did. Two hours of sleep was plenty.