We took a ghost tour with Witchery tours. They have an “Adam Lyle” tour. It’s usually a young man who is dressed up as a dead guy and takes you through the “haunted” streets of Edinburgh. I’d give the tour a 7 out of 10. It was good for kids – it’s not too scary … Continue reading The Ghosts of Edinburgh … and mexican food
Two Canadians, Two Englishmen, and Two Americans walk into a bar … After settling into our hostel, we met our roommates. Stef and Monica from Canada (Toronto) and Dan and Chris from England. Stef said she heard about a Drag show to see at Planet Bar – a gay bar in Edinburgh. We wanted some … Continue reading Entertaining Edinburgh
After a few days in Edinburgh, Scotland, we decided to take a quick train ride to a nearby town of Dunbar, Scotland. Dunbar is located on the sea and about 30 minutes by car (20 minutes by train) from Edinburgh. It’s a sleepy Scottish fishing town that offers beautiful views lying west of the North … Continue reading Our Day in “Sunny Dunny,” Dunbar, Scotland
After some well spent time in London, we got on the train and headed up to Scotland from Tuesday to Sunday. After getting in last night we took showers and headed out to see the city before bed. We got drinks and dinner a place called “the last drop.” I had assumed this name was … Continue reading Scotland. Day 1 and 2
Paul and I had our first day in London yesterday! We kept off the jet lag by drinking coffee and walking all over the city. We walked from the London Eye area over to Soho. On our way we stopped into a pub established in the 1430s. Talk about an old bar. The bar was … Continue reading London!
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