Brae Lodge Guest House
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... the Dark Tour. It is another walking tour, but it was at night and talked about the darker history of Edinburgh (murders, witch trials, vampires, smuggling, etc.) It was just as good as the first tour and gave us an opportunity to see even more of Edinburgh.
The next morning was my favorite part of the trip. We all woke up early to watch the sunrise from Arthur's Seat. The hourish hike was a bit rough. We went to bed ...
... needed to be done.
Saw St Bernard's Well - where aristocrats took healing waters and breathed the fresh air.
Walked UNDER Dean Bridge and saw "Rhema Christian Centre" from a different angle - not sure if the church was previously called something...
Got a tad muddy - so gumboots next time.
TWO: Found an Australian stuffed toy in a co-op shop for Lisa who works(ed) at the local Scotmid (like a BiLo) and is due to give birth on 7th Dec. It's actually a puppet and ...
I went to the Edinburgh Royal Military Tattoo. It was a great way to kick off my study abroad in Scotland.
There were so many memorable aspects to the show. I loved the lone piper, how each band/or military regiment followed a thematic story, the projections onto the castle, the guitar soloist, and combat team. As you can tell the show offered so much entertainment.
I was dropped off at Cockburn ...
... 8217;s we ran out of the bar at 6.57pm and got to the meeting place just down the road and read the sign 'Ghost Tour Meet 15mins Prior’. With no one in sight we figured as much and decided to be the guides of our own tour. Edinburgh centre had a great vibe, the sun was still as it was at midday and everyone was out to enjoy the evening. All their restaurants/cafes and bars are open on the street giving an electric atmosphere. While strolling the main ...
... I have now told him that I'm no longer having any part in it and he's on his own... which he is quite happy with and easily downs a whole loaf himself in two days.
More skypes with my favourites Maceface and Reevehead - the cutest two babs alive
Edinburgh lights up with a huge light display in St Andrew Square. It's pretty at night
Jason continues to return week after week from rugby with severe injuries