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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... and show your boarding pass to get free stuff from the cafeteria. So, we sorted ourselves out with some toasties and washed them down with several free beers and wines. We had been chatting to a couple of old ducks from Edinburgh who both told us that it hadn't stopped raining for the past 3 weeks so we were preparing ourselves for a bit of ****** weather.
We caught the bus from the airport to the Lighthouse Hostel and there was free wifi on board. There is free ...
... movies. I almost forgot what I’d gone to see!
Today I spent a couple of hours at the National Museum,
looking at relics from Roman Scotland and an exhibition celebrating the
Scottish mathematician, John Napier, who invented ‘Napier’s Bones’ and
logarithms. I walked to the Royal Mile and the Mercat (market) Cross, where I was
to meet the tour guide for an afternoon history walk, ‘Secrets of the Royal
Mile and ...
... The city is broken into two different sections, both with a completely different feel. Kathleen and I spent 99% of our time in old town. Throughout the tour, Johnney shared tons of amazing and interesting stories.
For you Harry Potter fans, J.K. Rowling wrote the majority of her books in Edinburgh. Johnney took us by the restaurant where she physical wrote them, the cemetery where she got a few of the names (we actually saw Thomas Riddle's grave) and the school ...
... often very hazy atmosphere. Not sure if that is pollution in general or just the light here. It took about 40 minutes to the summit maybe a bit further than a walk up the mount. But stopping to forage blackberries slowed things down!! ( not me of course but the two country bumpkins from down under ) We finished the day with a stop in a pub on the Grassmarket, before heading back to our B & B we all agree that this is a fabulous city. Should I ? Shouldn't I ...
Let's start with the lows.
On the Beach by John Osborne.
This was difficult to sit through. I wanted to leave desperately but if I did it would've been really conspicuous and I really didn't want to have to make a scene to get out. I also remembered an interview with Joan Rivers where she said that she will never leave a show out of respect for the performer and because she can always learn something from it. ...