A Georgian Residence at No. 11 Moray Place
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... I had walked no further than 100 meters when I came across a hostel, but given my fussy hostel requirements since my laptop saga, I needed to check. Did it have lockers? Yep. Did it have door pass keys? Multiple. Was it cheap? Well if I had booked online then yes, but given I was standing here that didn't happen. Talk about best service ever though! The girl caught on I was on a tight budget, and so went online...BOOKED ...
... home where we ordered Indian takeaway for tea then a movie and bed.
So all in all we were out all day but a quite restful day which was just what we needed. A busier day planned tomorrow but with forecast of snow for the next few days we will just have to take each day as it ...
... the trip so far is Mickey's face upon leaving the performance of ROSES AND BEANS. This has been a bit of a joke in our cast. I was invited to the premiere of ROSES AND BEANS and took Zach and Steve along with me. It was a performance art piece that none of us was expecting. The husband and wife duo who performed were from Sweden and were talented and extremely sweet. The performance is just the most off the wall thing you could ever imagine. From them ...
... part I just had a walk around looking and occasionally stopping in shops. Today was really my first day, but I am falling in love with this city. I never thought I would really love a city, being so fond of Perth, but this place is magic. Spending the next three days seeing the Royal Mile as I've broken it down into pieces, and don't want to be rushed. Also trying to fit it all in before the swarms of people arrive for the festival ...
... Brass Ensemble. St Marys’ Music School is Scotland’s specialist music school of
St Marys’ Episcopal (Anglican) Cathedral, Edinburgh. The school provides full
time specialist music and academic education for 79 students, aged 8 to 19, who
have gained entry by audition. This performance was part of their outreach
programme. The current ensemble includes 4 trumpets, 4 trombones (including
Director, John Kenny), 1 french horn and 1 euphonium. Four of the 7 ...