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... to Mimi's for cake (who needs lunch when you have cake). A lovely chat in the warm and dry before heading out again to see Andy for a cuppa qnd catch up. Home for showers, tea and a quiet night, just what you need when you can hear the wind howling and the rain falling. Reports of wild weather for tomorrow so we will see what tomorrow brings before planning to ...
... what is in it. We had a great crowd who embraced the show, clapped/sang along to the music and over all made the night entertaining. The little pocket rocket (70yrs old woman, hubby stays home whilst she travels) was showing off her muscles, (she runs aqua aerobics and exercise classes at home) and kept our group entertained. The more she drinks the funnier she gets. I want to adopt her as my nana.
Another great day. Tomorrow we continue to explore Edinburgh.
The morning started with catching two buses to get to the Castle. The first one takes me into the city, and the second one is only short to get up the Mound (a bit too steep when I knew I was spending the whole day walking). I got to the castle and joined the queue to get my tickets. Was quite a line. I then spent the next nearly 4 hours walking and exploring the castle. I tried to ...
... Scotch prior to the visit, I left feeling at least somewhat capable of discerning one region's output from another. I consider myself fairly attuned to English accents at this point, and I've certainly seen enough Scrooge McDuck cartoons and episodes of Star Trek to know a Scottish accent when I hear it. Still, many of the voices I heard throughout the city were intensely difficult to decipher, a situation that only worsened as the day proceeded to night and sober folk ...
... and was dressed in his kilt. He explained to us that Edinburgh has the old town and the new town. In the 1800's, in the old town, there was so much pestilence and disease, that the town officials decided to expand the city's boundaries, and built the new town to improve the living conditions. So first, we toured the new town, and heard the story about how Robert Louis Stevenson was inspired to write Treasure Island. We saw ...