Cherry Tree Villa Guest House
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... like I could navigate through the city without a map by the afternoon on my first day. Once the tour ended, I grabbed a quick bite to eat and headed to the hostel. I was given my room keys and just looked around the place. It’s an old building from the 19th century with a quirky character. They have two kitchens, a main dining hall and lounge, computer room, study room, movie theater, and a music room (equipped with guitars and a piano to play at your leisure and ...
... center but still on a bus route that will get you there in 10 minutes. Smart eh? Guenther has some really good trip planners.
Our B&B is an old Victorian house with large bedrooms and newly renovated bathrooms (no bathtubs). However, it is very nice and very pricey (probably due to the festivals). We have stayed in quite a few places now and have figured out what we like and don't like. This place, while it has all the cutsie things, does not have the simple things ...
... but the central open area is laid out with tables, chairs and deckchairs which today are being well used. An equestrian statue of Prince Albert looks on benignly: as a man who believed in education, I am sure he would have enjoyed being here in person.
Orderly queues build up outside the theatres ahead of the talks. The first one I attend is introduced by a session chair who describes the book in question as 'polyphonic'. Despite such a dubious start the talk turns ...
... crawl. It was quite a blowout 7-1 for Germany, and I would bet right now that Germany will likely win the final. Went on another Pub crawl that night, had a good time meeting a few more people and dancing like a fool.
The next day (July 9), my German travel companion and I set out and visited the Greyfriar graveyard, National Scottish museum and wandered the city a bit more. There was a few pretty ...
... there are numerous live performances and activities and the
Scottish take every opportunity to pay out the English as has been the
case for centuries.
So we head off down the Royal Mile, visits numerous
churches, interesting buildings, visit a textile mill where Scottish
tartans are being woven, wander the parks and start to head back to our
hotel. Andrew needs a swim, his back is slowly coming good and the exercise helps. ...