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... some advertising but no advertising is allowed above this. The buildings therefore,look neat and tidy with no garrish advertising. Above their doorways they sometimes have symbols of their wares. Edinburgh reminds me of Newcastle, with the development on the hill area(mind you newcastle doesn't have a castle, just Christ Church Cathedral). Along the dockside there's development as in Newcastle, and now an upmarket area(Leith). In the Old Town between shops, there ...
... saw one venue. It was not that impressive. Just something you would see on the streets.
I later found the box office and it offered the booklet I needed. It was a large booklet, the size of a think magazine. The booklet honestly did me no good since the Fringe last only a couple more days, with many acts already concluded. Not to mention I barely know my way around the city, and to search for venues became quite a task. The most successful route was accepting the handouts ...
... the opening of a piece from Sweden called Roses and Beans, we had no expectations, just an invite to attend. We met two very open performers who approached the work through a different medium. In fact they encouraged us to leave our phones on, to read during their performance and they served us cake. While it was not my cup of tea, I certainly admired the work and dedication to their craft. You see ...
... and take photos of us on the bridge which was quite a buzz.
St Andrew’s University is spread throughout the whole town with beautiful buildings for different faculties and also incredibly impressive student accommodation. During term time students account for one third of the population. We had a great day exploring this lovely town which lived up to all our expectations and we came home tired but happy little travelers. ...
... before our walking ghost tour! We hadn't
walked enough, and thought we needed to get in a few more hours, apparently.
The ghost tour wasn't as much fun, and we ended
up abandoning the group at Jacob's Ladder, which was a set of stairs that was
worse than the name makes it sound. We did enjoy hearing about the three shames
of Scotland, though, which are the Nelson Monument, the unfinished Acropolis,
and the ...