Quaich Guest House
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... princes street gardens. There are cute little stalls (like little houses) where all sorts of things are sold, candles, clothing, scarves and brained, food, waffles, hot chocolates, mulled wine, toys and more. A real Christmas environment, very busy and cold but lots of fun. At the market they have the a star flyer which is a ride that goes up high and spins around (didn't have a turn), the big wheel which is like a huge Ferris wheel where each pod is enclosed, an ...
... by the guides flashlight. Then we came to the room where a poltergeist is said to be trapped in the Stone Circle. It is said that as long as you stay outside the circle you are safe. Also it is also said that it is much warmer in the circle than outside the circle. We were allowed to enter the circle at our own discretion. I was the only one to enter the circle, and if fact entered twice. Once in front of the group and then again to get ...
... gathered together and then I took both groups food shopping. 210GBP later the groups left to their apartments with lots of bags, flyers and tired bodies.
Huge day tomorrow.
7-11am is our tech.
1:05pm is our first performance.
4pm - Steve, Lindsay and I will perform at a Press Conference.
5:30pm - We perform on High Street for the first time.
Lots of fun.
... the ship received no official funding or backing and were totally reliant on income from visitors.
We were allowed into most of the rooms on the ship. Was amazed to see in the Queen's bedroom that she used a very tiny single bed - as did Prince Philip. The commentary said that there was a very strict hierarchy on board the ship - The Royals and/or their guests, the officers and then everyone else. We were surprised that ...
... 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 ...