Sonas Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... were canceled when the still hot residue from the first firework landed in the crowd because of the high winds. [Note to myself: on my next trip to Scotland bring down clothing because it gets cold up here even in the middle of summer.]
The balance of my time was spent attending several Fringe Festival performances including: the story of Oliver Twist set in 1940s Berlin where the orphanage was a Salon Kitty style brothel, a gritty play set in the ...
... border terrier and looking after him sealed the deal for getting our own once we return home. YAY. Not a border terrier but a dog. I know exactly what kind we're getting.
More fun nights out, karaoke and Alfie walks close out the rest of the month... nothing overly exciting - just living the life. Jemma was the first to kick off her 30th which was another big night and the the first time Jason really met all of the girls properly ...
... beverages in our hotel room before heading out to the street party around 8. I was wearing every layer that I had packed - I had heard rumors about how cold it would be but it actually wasn't too bad. It was a really fun evening. There were 80,000 tickets sold and it felt like every single female was lining up at the porta-loos (the queue got a bit ferocious towards the end of the night!) We had a countdown from 12 and we were in a good spot to watch the ...
... was on the street selling tickets to the Military Tattoo. We had heard the Kiwis were the stars of the show, and worth going to, just to see them. So off to the ticket office we trot, fingers crossed that someone couldn't go, hoping for that night. Well as luck would have it, there were a couple of Americans standing outside the ticket office, and believe it or not they had two tickets for that night. They had only just started to try and sell the ...