The Lodge at Carfraemill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Zoo, so I am quite interested in seeing this. Steve, Zach and I went to a fascinating show last night. I was invited to attend this Swedish show which was opening last night called Roses and Beans and it was just the strangest thing I have seen yet. It was everything that encapsulates this Edinburgh experience and I loved it. I have recommended it to the kids and I am hoping that they go tonight to see it.
... and I think I was pretty successful. Such a fascinating place, and I don't think I could pick a favourite part. Next stop was St Giles High Kirk (Cathedral). Like so many of the churches here, such lovely architecture. And despite being in the middle of a city, it is so peaceful and quiet inside. An organist was playing the whole time I was there too. I stopped for lunch. A late lunch at ...
... bistro near by. We met two other Canadians there, a couple from Alberta and they were hilarious and great to talk to-made our night. We must have spoken to them for 2 hours! We're just taking it easy tonight at the hostel, which is considerably larger than the London one, and we are literally right next to the Edinburgh Castle. Tomorrow we begin our adventure in ...
... the famous terracotta warriors displayed as full sized lanterns. They were in a ton of different colors and they moved around in the wind giving them the appearance of actually moving like people.
The giant and totally free National Museum of Scotland was just around the corner. We had no problem at all spending over two hours inside (and we only saw about a tenth of the things displayed). There was a huge three story tall room with all different animals hanging from ...
... pant leg, and there was Bobby. The two of the were inseparable for the next 6 months until the man died. Every day for the next 14 years, Bobby slept on the grave of his master. He was fondly regarded in the Grassmarket area of town, and when some officials wanted to have him removed, the shopkeepers and council members rallied to save him. Someone built a memorial to Bobby, and when he died, he was buried next to his master.