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... Two dollars buys you a pound, so our cheap burger and beer was actually $20 a head. Meals really put a cramp on my budget, let me tell you!
We ended up eating a place called Just Burgers and Beers. I had (you guessed it) a burger and a beer.
We checked out a few pubs after dinner. We visited the Royal Mile Tavern, the Mitre, and Jinglin' Geordies. We met a few very kind gents, avoided a bar brawl, and saw a girl fall off a bar stool. All in all, a great evening!
... the plane crashed and this area has now been planted out with trees and is a permanent memorial to such a terrible tragedy.
Leaving Lockerbie with a lingering sense of sadness, we make our way to Edinburgh where we have booked an apartment hotel for 2 nights.
Neither of us have ever been to Edinburgh before and are a bit surprised at the very narrow, cobblestoned streets ...
... which was so pretty. We watched a street performer swallow a balloon and get out of a straight jacket, which was very strange. Then we went on a Scotch Whiskey tour that shows the single largest collection of whiskey in the world - 3400 bottles! Turns out I still really don't like scotch though, which Arjen was happy to help me finish. That night we went for an Italian meal, and I had fantastic risotto. We then met up with Erin and Charlie - ...
... I can’t comment too deeply about this as I know comparatively nothing about this history. I am keen to learn though, because I fear that there is a good chance that the root of this history and tradition is being forced out of the area and will be lost to us. Gentrification is a term that sits a little uneasily with me. I would love the opportunity to discuss this further with a couple of locals, maybe over a beer or two.
Llovely day with Jim and Jo in tow with us. Started with their daughter Sophie and her son AJ arriving with a cake for Jim. Little AJ was so funny he wanted to be father christmas in giving Jim his present so went upstairs and got a red sack and came down hoho hoing. so cute.
He was not shy with us at all. Quite charming. All went off for brunch cos it was around 11 and we hadnt eaten.