Bouverie Bed & Breakfast at 9b Scotland Street
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... of Mary Kings Close. More on that tomorrow when we tour Mark Kings Close. We walked most of the Royal Mile and found a great place for gelato. I think it was called Mary's Milk. They had violet gelato (yes, the flowers) that tasted wonderful. We were told that it mixed well with mint chip, it did! We joked that it is what rainbows would taste like. Found a great underground pub back up in new town called Rose & Crown. It was there that I tried my first Irn Bru. I was hooked ...
Sorry I have been away, it has been busy here.
Yesterday was Lindsay's set at The Earl in Marchmont.
This was after a show, a 1.5 hour rehearsal, a street performance and then lugging everything up to Marchmont to perform a 35 minute set. We have been pretty consistent with the show. The sound quality is now becoming normal. It's not gotten better, we are ...
We have a full day in the capital city today, we start with a sight seeing trip around the "New Town" with a local guide, we have a look around the beautiful homes from another era, homes of famous scientists, inventors and novelists, this area was built for the rich and famous of the time and nothing has changed over the last couple of hundred years, this is one very expensive area, the houses and the gated shared gardens are gorgeous. We drive by ...
The rest of the day we had a pretty chilled out day in
preparation for the New Years Eve celebrations; purchasing food and our BYO
drinks for the event.
We arranged to join Ciaran, Nate, Alex and
his mates in our hostel common area for pre-drinks pre- attending the Hogmanay
Street Party, literally right outside our hostel!
The street party consists of thousands ...
... and also a cafe called Hula which happen to both be on Victoria street.
The opening of Hogmanay on new years eve was a torch light procession down the main street and fireworks. There is nothing cooler than seeing an entire street full of lights from the thousands holding their torches. As we were walking along we were given a couple of torches to join the fun.. winning! Once we got towards the end of Princess street the fireworks ...