Braveheart City Centre Guest House Edinburgh
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... in the prison. As the wind and rain started to pick up and it truly felt like the middle of winter we decided to leg it back to the warmth of our hotel. On the agenda for the day. Arthur's seat. Only once we started out did we realise that Arthur's seat was in fact the massive cliff that we had looked out upon on our first day in the city when we climbed Calton hill. On our way to the beginning of our climb which we still thought would take us about half an hour ...
... of shows from music events, theater and dance to comedy sketches and stand up. I was lucky enough to catch some shows for free during the festival this year due to being a staff member at one of the venues. I really recommend a show that comes back every year called "Voca People" which is an A Capella group from New York who do covers of so many songs ranging from movie theme tunes to a timeline of songs from around the world! So there is ...
... could take after this -- a free walking tour Eva had strongly suggested, stand in line forever at the Edinburgh Castle, visit Holyrood Castle where the queen stays when she's in town, take a Hop-On-Hop-Off tour...but instead we went to the Dr. Jekyll and Hyde pub she had also mentioned.
What a find! We had a blast there. First the décor is just fun and awesome; For example, the entrance to the toilets completely blends into the wall,; there ...
... they are viewed like a bad Monet painting; beautiful anyway, because of who spawned it.
I later pinky swore with Regina that one day I would come back to Edinburgh for the Fringe, so I didn't feel too horrible about leaving her and Edinburgh behind me. For now, it was on to a small town called Stirling, just a few miles up the road, to have a poke around for a couple of days before I headed to the Isle of Skye where the seat of my ancestors, the Macleod's still live to this ...
We had a little sleep in and had some breakfast then headed up to the Edinburgh Castle, passing many shops along the way, which we visited!
One shop close to the Castle was a tartan/ weaving shop which was very interesting to see how tartan is made. This shop had a dress up area where they take your photos so keeping this in mind, we then headed to the Castle.