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... which shop to choose from as there are so many? David chooses just the right one and I purchase 2 cashmere jumpers and 4 scarves. David also buys a jumper of Scottish wool. Wandering up up the mile we come upon St Giles Cathedral, the most famous church in Scotland and camera in hand we go in. You have to pay £2 to take pictures but of course it all goes to the upkeep of the building so it's well worth it. The stained glass are some of the best we've seen ...
We went to Arthur's Seat.
It is a mountain.
It took about 1 hour to get all the way up to the top.
It was a fun climb up.
It had a lot of snow on it and a good view on the top. I think. I didn't look at the view.
Riley and I had a snowball fight. It was so fun.
I carried a snowball all the way home. I was going so good. Then I slipped at the fridge and broke it.
... Edinburgh. It all went well and we met the owner of the apartment where we would be staying for the next four nights. We had arrived early so had time to carry out a domestic chore, washing. We followed some directions we were given and found the laundrette. Well, even if you didn't need to wash it's worth a visit. The woman who runs it was ...
... a special evening. I am attempting to produce a play along with my friends Brian Hook and Louis Hartshorn called BEULAH. We held a special performance, one night only of the production at The Assembly Rocket Space. It was a lovely intimate downstairs space and it was packed with a ton of NY producers including Elysabeth Kleinhans and Peter Tear of 59E59 Theatres (I had hoped to land BEULAH as part of 59E59 "Brits Off-Broadway"). I ...
... a pub-crawl, so we thought eh, why not! We got ready and went to the first meeting point for 8pm, to see that no one else had come along….awkward. We waited another 10 minutes and by then others had thankfully come to get a wrist band. The first couple of pubs were good, but then the ciders started making me tired instead of getting me in the mood to party. I even ended up falling asleep in the third pub…whoops. I wasn’t in the ...
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