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I am back with more from the Edinburgh Front. We had an interesting day yesterday. We arrived early to the theatre to be told that our piano (The one we had been sharing with the Blues Brothers) died the night before. Paul Virides (Production Manager from H&H) was furiously on the phone as we arrived at the theatre trying to get a new one delivered. A very long and convoluted story as to ...
... in and claimed the bottom two bunks before the third person arrived. When she came she was quite sweet (Kaye's expression), she was German and a bit put out about having to climb into the top bunk but Kaye and i said that we had to get up many times to go to the loo. There was no spacee to store her suitcase (ours went under the bed) and so we were cramped for room.
Edinburgh welcomed us home with a nice sunset on Saturday night. It is great to be back at home after living in hotels for the last 12 weeks.
Its been a great trip and would recommend all of the counties we have visited.
To finish the blog hear are some stats:
32 thousand kilometres travelled (according to TravelPod) - we ...
Yep - the job is going well - will be monotonous but it's a job and of course, me being me, I'll do my damned-est.
Thought I'd let you all know a joke going around at the moment...
"Prince George has already done 3 things off my bucket list and so young!
1) He's a millionaire
2) He's visited the Queen
3) He's sucked Kate Middleton's... (I'm not going to put the word and also, the joke would work better if I was a male - but you get the gist!)
... Queen Elizabeth II is in town and there was a 21 gun salute to her at 2:30 while she was presented a memorial to the city (sorry I didn't pay close enough attention to be able to tell you exactly what it was). She stays at the Palace of Holyroodhouse when she is in Edinburgh. We were having lunch in a quaint restaurant (I'll let Anne tell you more) or busy elsewhere when the 2:30 salute went off and we didn't hear it. The former ...