St Giles Apartments
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... hygiene and claymore swords around these hills and glens. Over there is the Bridge at Killiecrankie where the boys in red had their lunch handed to them by a pack of those hairy legged boys. This was well before the day that blue paint across the face of the oatmeal savage was "de rigeur". Who thought this was a good idea?
The deeper one ventures into the countryside, one must try to fit in with the country set, despite the fact that one is driving ...
... every shop sold scotch, tartan or shortbread biscuits. Afternoon coffee at a Kurdish cafe called Scooby Doos which was also somewhat of a disappointment although the actual coffee was fine. Back to the car for a final drive around the city and loving the small mountains/big hills right in the middle of the place. Back down the A1 to Newcastle. Lovely place and will visit again. Maybe for the festival? During the course of the day we all tried single malts and Fahed also had the ...
... breathe in too deeply when smelling whiskey. Potent. It was nice though, I sat there and made 30ml of liquid last 90 minutes while I was listening to some music being played next to me. It was so relaxing! I had a drink bought for me then, which was nice. Overall it was a very whiskey based day, and the people I met made the whole day. I'd even go as far as saying I'd like to see a few of them again in their home countries...or tomorrow. Tomorrow would be nice. Lisa ...
... opposite number of King Edward’s favorite.
Edward was white hot in his furor and determined to have Wallace’s head. He bought off many of the nobles who had joined Wallace and declared them forgiven if they would abandon Wallace and the cause of Scottish independence.
The final confrontation with Wallace came at the Battle of Falkirk. He was thoroughly beaten and went into hiding. With a small band he waged ...
... dinner. We went back to the Grassmarkets which we had seen on the bus tour, lots of restaurants and ended up in a Scottish Pub having Roast Beef with all the trimmings, was so good. Couple of pints to go with it, yum! Wandered back to the hotel down and up all the little alleyways we could find, it's such a beautiful town, the old side anyway. Tomorrow off to Loch Lomond via Stirling and Aberfoyle and will catch up with Karen who is a Scottish Dr that was at RCH when I first ...