Innkeeper'S Lodge Edinburgh, South Queensferry
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... in the cemetery. His grave has become a tourist destination now. Some may say that it's disrespectful to come and take pictures of the stone but I wholeheartedly disagree; if I died and in life I was not super famous or popular and then all of a sudden 150 years later people are visiting my grave every day, I'd be like, awwww yeah!
Oh also, there is an Elizabeth Riddle. This obviously means I ...
... by the slums of Edinburgh. During this time Burke and Hare were well in the swing of their body snatching business and made around 7 pounds (equivalent to about 700 pounds today) for a fresh corpse used for Doctor Robert Knox during his anatomy lectures at Edinburgh University.
We were led into the Vaults and it was cool and dark. There was long corridor that we were in the center of. We were directed first to the Wiccan room where ...
... other royal guests as well as the crew rooms. All 20 royal bedrooms were furnished in 1950's style with single, twin beds except for the honeymoon suite which boasted a rather smallish double bed. It reminded me of an "I Love Lucy" sitcom. The sitting room was large and you could imagine the Royal family and guests relaxing there, playing cards and talking in the evening. The Queen's favorite spot on ...
... was no audio guide and only 2 information posters around the whole castle. To top it all off, the wind was blowing so hard it was hard to walk. We stayed there for about 1.5 hours and then called a cab to pick us up because there was no visitors centre or museum. It was really cool but needed more information. After we took 2 trains to get to Stirling castle. This was much better and there was tons of info posters. We hiked about 15 mins up a hill in the rain ...
... with ten other people. I’m sure you’re all wondering where the toilets were located and I can confirm it was a bucket in the corner of the room that was emptied twice a day. It was advised to get in early. No wonder sickness and plagues brought cities to a Holt. This dark and haunted adventure was so interesting- it made me feel very lucky knowing that we have wonderful homes, families, friends and medicine to keep ...