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... center but still on a bus route that will get you there in 10 minutes. Smart eh? Guenther has some really good trip planners.
Our B&B is an old Victorian house with large bedrooms and newly renovated bathrooms (no bathtubs). However, it is very nice and very pricey (probably due to the festivals). We have stayed in quite a few places now and have figured out what we like and don't like. This place, while it has all the cutsie things, does not have the simple ...
... someone was walking around upstairs in the pub. The scariest part was when we were in one of the tombs in the cemetery and they had someone jump out and scare us. Sim had seen it coming thanks to where he was standing so just laughed but he got everyone else. I thought there would be a few more stories told then what there was but it was more him talking about what it would have been like living in Edinburgh back in those times. That itself was still interesting, however. He told us ...
... they were more securely closed. There is access to a few vaults, one
being used as a Wicca meeting place. It is a very cold and dark place and the
atmosphere is enhanced by the use of candle light only. Darren referred a
number of times to possible ghosts, but no one on the tour had such contact.
concluded with a meal at ‘Prezzo’ on North Bridge – a marguerite pizza followed
by affagato (ice cream with expresso coffee)! Yum yum!!
... camera and Ed had his photo taken wearing one of their hats. Back at Rotherhithe we changed and got a bus (double decker) to the Mayflower pub - when the Mayflower returned to London (from dropping off the Pilgrims), it was tied up and eventually started to fall apart, and the pub is built from the timbers of the ship. It was a lovely meal and great to catch up with Ros and hear about her Christmas adventures. We got another double decker bus back - and Ed loved the new mode of ...
... view was spectacular with views all around Edinburgh.
When we got back down, Lorraine and I went through an old cemetery with headstones a few hundred years old, with some not even being readable. We continued down Princes Street( every road here is uphill!!) then back to our apartment to pack.We then went on a paranormal ghost tour! We had no real ghostly experiences, actually we all thought it was boring!!
Out for dinner at Greyfriers Bobby pub then back home to finish ...