The Old Schoolhouse
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... dad and Mikaela we found where we were going (they had to help me because I was reading the map and failing at it) we got in and mum was checking in but they couldn't find our booking and then when she did a register thing they said " this is the Crown Plaza Roxbery not the Crown Plaza Royal terrace". So both the directions were wrong so the man called a taxi for us and took us to the place we ...
Well The Fringe was in full-swing in August. Now over and yes, I've been slack and am catching up.
Went and saw The Tattoo with Kat (from work) and her fiance (great photo guys!). It had been miserable all day with rain and such, and ****** down while we were having dinner at Subways (had a wrap - interesting). Was spitting while the 3 of us walked up The Mound.
We then found we were up in the very last row - shame I ...
... ago, and Charlie was keen to try some more options and find another bottle of something special to take home. That issue dealt with, it was then time to take in some more comedy. We watched a group called 'Just Deserts' perform a series of sketches - VERY funny - then met up with Leicester and Lidka for a drink, another comedian, and then a meal.
Another great day. Another great day. Another great ...
... women who have died in war beginning with WWI. It was neat because they had the names of all the dead in books you could look through. We didn't get to go into St. Margaret's Chapel because there was a wedding there today. We did see the Dog Cemetery of all the Regiment Dogs just outside the Chapel.
We drove around Edinburgh and saw Princes Street, The Scott Memorial, Charlotte Square, St. Andrew's Square, Regent's Park and ...
... dont get to wear kilts. All those times we wore them for the highland comps, we were all in opposite drag. Glasgow itself was an interesting place to hang out for a few days. Lock and I went to the cathedral and then that was the extent of our touristy effort. A few times we found ourselves walking back to the hotel through the mall and it was full of scary teenagers most of whom appeared to be on some pretty serious drugs. The Maccas on the corner near the hotel was ...