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... have done to date and we also had a packed house. Both of which made the cast very happy. We had a reviewer yesterday that seemed to love the show. So we shall see. Everyone split after the show to catch other shows.
We had our street performance on High Street and it was packed. Unfortunately I broke a string in the middle of the first song. Now that may not seem like a big deal, but it is. I had to readjust all my fingering to avoid the missing string. ...
... Made my way back. Ended up walking down the Mound as I couldn't find a bus that I was confident would take me to where I needed to go. It's downhill in that direction so it wasn't too bad. Caught the bus, and headed out to home. After dinner we sat outside to enjoy the last of today's sunshine, with a glass of wine. Now sitting and watching the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony from ...
be the weak link. I’ve decided to hire a car and that’s what I’m going to look
into this morning. Then travel south through The Borders and Dumfries and
Galloway Counties, towards the Lake District.
Sunday morning was spent organising care hire – the TIC provided a list of
companies and their location in Edinburgh – and then accommodation in
Portpatrick, where I had decided to go after spending hours poring over all ...
... if we can't use them? Pretty much we looked ridiculous. Passing through another section on our way away from the worker we passed by Dolly the sheep. The sign said it was the actual stuffed body that we saw. Weird.
I think John's favorite section of the museum was the transportation section because it was hands on. The museum set up a formula 1 race car simulator including a full size formula 1 car to sit in while playing. John was pretty good at the game and got ...
... next went to Edinburgh Castle. I wish we had been able to spend more time here. Built right on the edge of a rocky cliff, this castle has been well maintained over the centuries. At its very top, you can see beautiful views of the city and the ocean. You can see the Firth of Forth looking toward Fife. I wouldn't want to have to say that three times after of wee dram of the whisky. Here are stored the Scottish Crown Jewels. We saw ...