Braveheart City Centre Guest House Edinburgh
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... called Ghillie Dhu where we could experience some traditional music and dancing after dinner. The Indian place was good. I had the hardest time understanding the waiter. He had a double accent. His first language wasn't English and when he learned English he learned it with a Scottish accent. So to me he had a Scottish Indian accent. I heard a lot of double accents on this part of the trip. My favorite was the waiter from some slavic area with a Scottish ...
... think of was getting air. Some of these spaces are very small and with the lights on all day and bodies in and out all day, the residual heat just builds. It was over 95 degrees in that space. Way to hot to enjoy anything.
Tomorrow is another performance and Street performance day. We are also getting up early to hit the fab farmers market and paella for lunch!!!! Woohoo!!
... honeymoon back in 1981. I really had a great time on this tour, Goz didn't join me and spent the afternoon getting a wee bit lost in the city!! However we do meet up at the appointed time and place so that is all good!!
Next we arranged to meet our friend George who lives in Edinburgh, we meet at this beautiful old building called the Dome in the Centre of town. This building was a bank in a previous life, it is a bit of an icon of a building in ...
After a sleep in, we wanted to visit St
Marys Close today but it was completely booked out, so we made arrangements to
attend the following morning. We had decided to part ways for me to visit the
castle as Eloise had visited before and she wanted to look through the Art
Gallery. Unfortunately the line was ridiculously long, as we ...
Left the house late, as usual, and headed for Pete and Caroline's place in Edinburgh. Peter made us a very nice curry for dinner and after the kids were in bed we all settled down to watch "the Help" on Netflix which describes the retaliation of black servants in Mississippi in an era which seemed around the 1960's. We all thoroughly enjoyed it.
Peter has another week off school for the Christmas holidays so didn't need to go to bed early which ...