Traquair Arms Hotel
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... away for another day as again this route was well waymarked. We were quickly climbing and then dropping over into a secluded, almost hidden valley. Unlike yesterday, this was less moorland- little heather- more pastures and forestry. But good walking and some great views. Eight miles later we were looking down on Peebles and I was delighting in annoying Rob with poor imitations of Trina's favourite "Peebles for Pleasure" slogan, said in what I can only describe as ...
... than me dislocating my knee or doing an ankle whilst climbing; they would have got to get the bloody rescue operations out to get me! So after a solid 20 minutes or so of climbing, we were rewarded with an even more spectacular view of Edinburgh than what we saw at Calton Hill. It was worth every aching muscle, and every drop of sweat (there was quite a bit). Again, words fail me to describe the beauty of what lay before us. Edinburgh is one of the ...
... on the walking tour for a pub crawl through Dublin. We went to four bars and wound up at a club, all getting quite drunk, being heading back to our respective hostels!
After nursing my hangover, I did some serious souvenir shopping, before heading back to bed to be ready for my day trip the next day to Howth. A thirty minute train ride from Dublin, Howth is a little peninsula that is home to a fishing village. It was very cute and quaint, with the opportunity to ...
... committed to this poor guy by this horrible King is one to never be forgotten)
HEADS UP! THE NEXT PART DOES GET NASTY!
The Scottish King was placed in front of the Scottish people with no clothes on, his hands were then tied behind his back and he was lifted up in the air by his legs leaving him upside down with his ear nailed to the cement monument so as to not moe when the torture began.
The torture went on for 3 days, where he was left hanging upside down ...
There is so much we loved about Scotland, we were surprised by the amazing sights of the rugged highlands and disappointed we didn't visit more frequently when we lived in London!
We flew across the North Sea from Norway to arrive in Aberdeen just in time for afternoon tea. We'd missed lunch so figured it was ok to indulge in some delicious traditional fare of scones with jam and cream and sticky date pudding. Hmmmm yum.