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... few photos on Facebook before I rang Amy to see how she was feeling. Emma was asleep in the bouncinette looking very peaceful even if she is still somewhat congested. Then I called Lucy who was still in bed as she was working from home due to the office being painted. Apparently Joe was very excited at the prospect of their baby and, naturally, so we're Lyn and Christie. Bill had already gone to bed so I then followed and bed was really welcome after a long ...
... beside the Palace that over looks the city - you could see plenty of snow on the high country surrounding the city but we didn't venture up there. (Half way up we could see the British Prime Minister and his entourage arriving at parliament house.) After the walk - we went to a place called the Edinburgh Dungeons which was an underground tour or show where you walk through a maze of corridoors and rooms and dressed up actors/characters told us ...
... a 15 minute journey from the city centre. Edinburgh's Leith Waterfront area with its wide range of bars and restaurants, Ocean Terminal shopping centre and home to the former Royal Yacht Britannia, is within walking distance.
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... then through a "wee lane" to try to get tickets to the Royal Military Tattoo, which takes place at Edinburgh castle, but they were sold out both times we went to the ticket office.
We needed lunch quite desperately by this time, so we checked out the Standing Orders pub Eva had suggested. It used to be a bank and you can see the vaulted ceilings in the picture. The food is very cheap there, but unfortunately the quality sort of matches ...
... 8217;s mom) are anxious travellers, so even though I was more than two hours early for the flight, they were already checked in and waiting for me at Costa Coffee.
I checked in, we breezed through security, did some duty free shopping, and found our gate without much anxiety. We had a standard flight to Paris, two hours, no delays, and found our way on to our connecting gate with tons of time to spare. Lee and I wasted time by watching movies on ...