The Witchery by the Castle
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... the Edinburgh International Festival, the largest of its kind in the world, by one week. It was clear to me that music and the arts are the glue that hold the old and new together.
Literature has been one of the hallmarks of Edinburgh from the days of old through modern times, authors of old like Sir Walter Scott, Robert ...
... to see a 14th century building that took 40 years to build and famous for it's association with the Knights Templar and now the Da Vinci Code.
Back to the hotel and free time until 6:30 tonight when we have a Scottish Show and dinner.
A fantastic scottish show with dancers, bagpipes and a three course meal including the famed "haggis" which was quite good. (Minced meat and spices in a meat loaf).
Back to the hotel around 9:00pm.
... wanted fish and chips. I LOVE fish and chips in Europe. They put salt and vinegar on them, so much that it makes my mouth water just thinking about it. So I did that thing were I figure out where the best option is and I do anything to get there. Two short cab rides later, I was back at my hostel eating the marvelous meal supplied by The Tailend - worth the hassle! It was so difficult waiting until I got back to the hostel to eat! I'm staying in tonight because ...
... NZ (he has been on the TV show 7 Days twice) and chatted to him for quite some time about his experiences there. He also filled us in on how the Festival works and where to get more information, and we decided to go and catch his show that evening, along with another show at the same venue. Both were hilarious.
Along the way we managed to slip into the Royal Mile Whisky Shop, where Charlie met the chap ...
... car, the Irish helped him remove his seat then set the seat back up so you couldn't tell. The stone mason set to fixing the Stone and when he filled the crack in he placed a note inside which no one to this day knows what it says. Now the student hid the Stone in his house for 2 years and word finally spread he had it so what he did was he left the Stone in the Abbey in the middle of Edinburgh one night to await a grand entrance when every one arrived the ...