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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
Wednesday 21st May 2014
Travel from Edinburgh to Chicago, Illinois
Thursday 22nd May 2014
Friday 23rd May 2014
Follow Route 66 from Chicago to Bloomington, Illinois
Leave Route 66 and travel to Champaign, Illinois
Saturday 24th May 2014
Travel to Indianapolis and then take a tour of a few of the covered bridges south of the city
Sunday 25th May 2014
... being rude". It was only when they said "what are you on about" that I realised that they had no idea what I was on about! They thought I had the hiccups! When we went back to the hostel, we sang it again and luckily the other Australians all responded with "Hooray!" so I didn't look like a complete idiot.. On my last day in Edinburgh, Tanya and I climbed to the top of Holyrood Park. Well one of the smaller peaks anyways because it was so ...
... about 5 miles of it in the mud ... with Rebecca and Garth last year. Back into the warmth of the car and over the horseradish to Scotland. Just had to stop and see the abbey that dominates your view as you drive into Jedburgh. Wow. Beautiful little village which has a wild history being so close to the English border. We had the bonus of visiting Mary Queen of Sotts house and discovering about her difficult life ... Declared Queen of Scotland when still ...
... went on the computer for a bit and then decided it was time for bed because I have an early start tomorrow on my tour!! Yay, getting excited!! The only thing is I wish I had more time because I would have loved to see Elephant house, where J.K Rowling wrote her books and also would have loved to see the grave yard where she got some of the names from her books from oh and go inside the castle. That would have been great but oh well. It gives me another reason to come back here one ...
... I spent a nice evening at Sally's, got a good night's sleep and was off on the Way again the next day. I walked back through Gullane and on to Dirleton where there is a castle. My feet were sore and my ankle really bothering me, so I stopped and went in. Quite a history and gorgeous gardens; I'm really glad I stopped. After the castle I could have gone back on the Way another mile and some through Yellowcraig, or stay on the road to New Berwick (pronounced Bearick). I decided ...