Alpha Guest House
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... had some bubbles and chatted away madly, catching up on months of news from home. Tony kindly presented me with a jar of vegemite; only a few weeks to go but I will appreciate having it on hand. Seem to enjoy it more when I’m away.
Was getting a bit cool so we moved on and walked up to the Royal Mile where we sat and had a couple of great pizzas in the restaurant David and I had discovered on our first night. Mmmmm, so enjoyed ...
... extensive renovations and is partly open to the public. The armoury is extensive and some of the weapons so big, you have to wonder how they lifted them. One room was filled with crockery all around the room - the collection was vast.
We have passed a lot of snow on the mountains today. It is so very, very cold, wet and ...
... lookout. The only other people there were bird watchers who were viewing birds from within their car. We were literally blown away when we left the car with a wind of about 50 knots and driving rain which stung when it hit the face. "Okay thats enough Greg" said I. And then Greg suggested we climb down the hill to water in driving rain. "NO" said I. We then continued on the road to a light house on the point. The wind was now gusting such that it was difficult to ...
... leaving the plane, we had to catch a bus to the terminal. Then i had to go through passport control – this took 30 minutes to do so, then i joined another line to go through security. After that i had to wait for the gate to be displayed – i read for a few minutes. Soon the gate was displayed, i went there and joined the many others who were waiting as well. For some reason they decided to bus everyone to the plane. It seamed to
After a long train ride we finally arrived in Edinburgh. Luckily our hostel was just across the street up about 100 stairs (or that's what it felt like). We dumped our stuff in the room and headed out into the freezing cold Scotland. We didn't realize that the Fringe festival was happening. We went out to the Main Street and it was the complete opposite of Huntly. There were people everyone, is was actually a little crazy. The Fringe festival is where all of the ...