Braveheart City Centre Guest House Edinburgh
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Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Today, Sassie came up to me and started pawing while I was on my computer. So I set the computer down and he had already moved to his little step stool. So I started petting him and he started biting and scratching toward me. Playfully of course. He was purring the entire time.
... meant a very, very lazy day until the shows the next day.
Our first show for the evening was Lucy Beaumont. She was very funny and endearing, just gorgeous and the highlight of the night. ****
Thanks to Yelp, we found a cheap Indian meal. It was quite delicious and simple. We had a bit of time until the next show, so we headed to the Assembly venues. (Okay, the festival seems to be made up of a number of smaller festivals. Imagine the Perth fringe, ...
... name became Copper, due to my job and my hair. It was very comical to walk around backstage and have everyone calling out hey Sister! Very cute that Lock talks about his beloved sisters so much :) The show was so spectacular! Visually it was stunning with a million costume/theme changes, just ask lock and how much he loves a good quick change, and an amazing light show. I spent the whole show trying to spot Lock, especially in the first 45 minutes or so it is hard to pick any ...
... than sitting at the kitchen table which is on a tiled floor! And the heaters downstairs are on very low.
Had some signs of condensation from the sky-light above the bed, running down the walls... Emailed my landlord's Mother on Thu night. No response as yet but have taken photos. And may have found a temporary solution - bought a packet of 3-dishwashing-cloths. Two of which I have folded up ...
... stone walls common in the southwest; and combination walls which have a small double wall at the base on top of which a single wall is built. These appear to have been introduced to Galway by improving landlords in the 19th century. All have their advantages and disadvantages: Single walls appear particularly unstable, so sheep are not inclined to jump them; double walls provide more shelter, and combination walls give a little of everything. The large rounded boulders of ...