Braveheart City Centre Guest House Edinburgh
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... up and serious. Plus it was a really nice night out, so it was cool to walk around even if I did have all my luggage with me. I caught up with my mom and Case on the phone, which was great since I so rarely get to actually talk to them. I then got on the bus and tried my best to sleep, but probably only got about 2 hours total on the 9 hour trip. Oh well!
Today a big judgment came down from the European Court of Human Rights for ...
... look as to how people years ago lived. I especially loved hearing the true stories of people who actually lived in the close (which is a small street or alley way). I recommend it, especially if you are a history person. There are even a few scary stories thrown in there for good measure.
Day 2: March 17th
Today was an easy day. We had a quite, slow morning and then in the afternoon we took a train to Sterling city ...
... at the top of city looking down all around it. We cross over the Royal Mile, a cobblestone road surrounded by historic buildings to find our hostel, the Castle Rock Hostel. Mike had booked a private room for the three of us for 140 pounds for two nights, not a bad deal at all. The room we end up in is known as the "Star Wars" room, kinda cool. Typical hostel with the typical hostel crowd.
We drop our stuff off and head back ...
... at dealing with it.
The cast did a good set on the street, it is tough doing it at 5:30pm because the crowd is less interested in us and more on dinner and destinations. Still, we plodded on. Lindsay absolutely killed the set up in The Earl. It was so good that the promoter asked us to perform in the "Best of The Fest" night. Unfortunately we are gone at that point. The bar ...
... we trekked it up to Calton Hill for a superb view over the city.
Back at our hostel, we had a set of bunks in an 8 bed dorm and shared the room with a lovely couple from Argentina, Facundo and Mel. We exchanged email addresses and will be getting in touch with them when we head over there towards the end of the year. Though they probably won't be back in Argentina by then, they might still be able to sort us out with a place to stay on the family farm. Fellow travelers, we love ...