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... 23:0" style="color: rgb(55, 62, 77); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">Back to the hotel again for dinner, where we mixed it up, not having burgers but Will a Caesar and I a fajita. It was basically a delicious wrap. Thus our day of unhealthy eating ended with a nutritious dinner and another great day in Edinburgh ...
... debates and fellowship. I attended a "Matter of Opinion" Competition that Lindsay and her friends were competing in. Teams of 4 members are given 16 minutes to debate a selection of topics, which they have first sight of 15 minutes before competing. The team is not for or against as you would see in a normal debate, but across the team a number of arguments for ...
We started today with a trip to the laundromat - the day was sunny and warm - but when you gotta, you gotta.
We finished by noon and then headed for the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh. I have to confess that just yesterday I was saying to Ron that while Edinburgh had much of curious and historical interest, it really was NOT a very pretty city. Well, right after saying that (we were on our little tour bus), ...
The next day we toured Edinburgh. Our first stop however was the pub for a big Scottish breakfast which included the usual eggs, bacon and baked beans with a Scottish flavour of haggis and black pudding. It was absolutely delicious. We then visited the Hollyrood castle, the Parliament building and a very interesting museum called ‘the people’s choice’ which gave a detailed description of the history of the city and it’s people since ...
... well and got us to Edinburgh and in particular our hotel. There was a mall across the road so we went for dinner. We found a place called Hand Made Burger Company. Nev chose the Haggis burger which he enjoyed. While I was up ordering, he got chatting to the people at the next table. Shortly after, Roddy and his daughter Iona were at our table and we'd struck up ...