38 Bath Street Serviced Apartments
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... called Holyrood Castle. Walter Scott is a famous author in Scotland and there are more statues and tributes to him than Robert the Bruce or William Wallace. This is because he wrote about the Highlanders and their culture and people started to bring back all the things that were outlawed that we now associate with Scotland like bagpipes and kilts. Fun fact: the kilt came from the Vikings. That's about all we have for Scotland and tomorrow we head to Ireland. We'll be back soon. Matt and ...
... our tea in Sainsbury's all pre-cooked these meals are far more extensive range than the ones we get back home and they tasted good so will probably have them a lot. Arrived back at 6pm and found it strange the owners of this Airbnb have left us here by ourselves as they have gone out form the night and won’t be back till tomorrow night.
6th. Decided to go to the Clyde Valley (just out of Glasgow) today as we have been told is well worth the drive lots ...
After checking in, showered and dressed we go to a castle for a look out over the battlefield of William Wallace (Braveheart) whilst a piper plays in the background. Just a note, Mel Gibson was about 5'9" and William Wallace was 6'9" but Mel put them on the map. Then it's on to a restaurant for a three course meal with "haggis" and some light entertainment.
Back to the hotel and another early night around 9:30pm ...
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# of monies found: 16.78 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian soles, 26 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs, 11 Czech Republic Korunas, 5 Croatian Lipas, 2 Hungarian Fillers (no longer in use), 10 Romanian lei, 3.20 UK Pounds, 1 Ukrainian Hryvnia, 3 Danish Kroner, 22 Norwegian Kroner, 2.4 Latvia lats (no longer in use, exchanged for 2.85 euros at the bank), ...
... It's a fascinating display.
In the main section, the perimeter is given up to a madcap, rather eccentric brief overview of life, the universe and everything - based largely, I suspect, on Hunter's collection. So there are stuffed thylacines! dinosaur leg bones! mineral samples! and the biggest collection of birds' nests you have ever imagined (should you ever have even thought about such a thing) let alone seen. A lot of space and effort was devoted to weavers' ...