No. 11 Brunswick Street
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... s waste gathered. It was also where they stuck the poorest people of the city because no one cared if they complained. My guide for this tour was a little too into ghosts and not at all into history so it wasn’t my favorite. However, he did tell a rather amusing story that is not suited for children (or some adults). He said that it was common practice to wait till 10 o’clock at night to empty the day’s chamber pot. Coincidentally, that is also the time when ...
We left Ulverstone after a wonderful three days with Jackie's family and friends. Our travels took us to Near Sawrey to "Hilltop" Beatrix Potters house. She continued to use this house as her work place and inspiration for her books. When she married she bought a house very close by and lived there with her husband. When she died she left 13 properties and farms to the National Trust. Then onto Gretna Green ...
... been married, and showed us the building where they had stayed. From there we headed via Dunblane, a lovely town where the appalling shooting at the primary school had occurred. It has a rather more pleasant claim to fame as Andy Murray's home town. We drove towards the giant Wallace memorial and Airthrey Kerse Farm, now a commercial dairy, home of Graham's milk, but which was where Alexander Marshall was raised. From there it was a short drive to the Kirk at Logie and its ...
... their lives.
Another story was about the supposed tunnel between the Castle and Holyrood Palace. Drunken soldiers who discovered an entrance sent their bagpipe playing friend down the tunnel while they listened from the road above. Apparently they made it close to the Palace before the music suddenly stopped. Two more soldiers went down to find out what happened only to quickly come to a dead end and no piper. It is said that bagpipes can still be heard coming from under the Royal ...
... Edinburgh. It all went well and we met the owner of the apartment where we would be staying for the next four nights. We had arrived early so had time to carry out a domestic chore, washing. We followed some directions we were given and found the laundrette. Well, even if you didn't need to wash it's worth a visit. The woman who runs it was ...