Penny Airey- No.38 Bed & Breakfast
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... made it because once we landed we only had a little over an hour to navigate the unfamiliar streets of Edinburgh and make it to the Iconic Royal Mile to meet up and register for the tour. It was a great way to become acquainted with the city because our tour guide, a gutsy Scotsman who gave the tour in shorts despite the freezing weather, took us through the city and pointed out many of the major landmarks ...
... a cab back to my lodging. BUT, at least I can sleep in until eleven. My Air BNB hosts keep very much to themselves, and are very quiet.
My First show is the entertaining Parlor Tricks by the Time Traveling Magicians; Mr Morgan & Mr West
Very clever and very talented magicians and funny performers. They have time traveled from our past to their future, but ...
... a Jim Lambie exhibition at the Fruitmarket Gallery. There were some excellent exhibits at the galleries. Old and new and cool. They were not huge, like the ones in America, but they were decent.
It was a bit too big a day for N, being sick and tackling all the galleries, so he needed a rest before our first shows later that evening. So, I headed out on the town by myself that morning. I checked out the free Museum of Edinburgh, it was pretty fun, but I was ...
... and then I didnt know what to say. So I said Bradford!! and gave him a hug while Katy wandered off to her dressing room. I think I handled it pretty well if I do say so myself. As Lock commented after they were all gone, it was a good end to my stalk katy around the UK tour!!!! That eve we went out with the dancers and had another really fun night of drinking and dancing! Glasgow had some suprisingly fun gay bars!
The next morning, after farwelling lock ...
... to take a random street without any particular direction in mind and started exploring. The first thing I noticed was a cow butt sticking out of a building...so I knew it would be a good city to be in. As we continued, we noticed a very wide variety of architecture, old and new. We've really grown to like this as it gives the cities some depth when you walk through them. The initial walking path took up through the lower parts of the city where ...