Gilmore City Centre Guest House
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... were and said "here you go" so we did a circle basically!!!! We checked in and mum repacked the suitcase and then we chilled and tried to find a place for tea. We did and then we chilled before going to bed
Miss everyone, having withdrawal simptoms from home, I could really go for a BBQ or a nice meat pie that doesn't taste different but that's OK only 63 days to go
Giggles :) xoxoxo ...
After a long train ride we finally arrived in Edinburgh. Luckily our hostel was just across the street up about 100 stairs (or that's what it felt like). We dumped our stuff in the room and headed out into the freezing cold Scotland. We didn't realize that the Fringe festival was happening. We went out to the Main Street and it was the complete opposite of Huntly. There were people everyone, is was actually a little crazy. The Fringe festival is where all of the ...
... some. I was becoming quite the mutter swearer as I left each empty handed. as far as I can tell, they don't actually have them, just generic sticks of cotton. I had to demonstrate what I was talking about. and we all know what happens when I start demonstrating things. man, I suck at charades.
had an interesting experience in the shower room. water wasn't draining so I ended ...
... continued her
stories. She finished the tour in front of the Scottish National War Memorial,
leaving us to visit the parts of the castle that were of particular interest. I
viewed the Scottish Crown Jewels and the War Memorial before leaving the
castle, walking through the Princes Street Gardens to the hotel.
Dinner was Chinese - at Jimmy Chung's All You Can Eat Buffet - not bad - there's plenty to choose from and it's regularly refreshed.
... us some information about Edinburgh and Scotland in general and the itinerary for the next few days. We arrived around 5 and got into our hotel room of 4 single beds. It took us 15 minutes to walk into town to see the procession of the lights. It was pretty effective seeing 5000 candles lit and walking down the street, through the town and up the hill marking the beginning of the "20.14" celebrations. Afterwards we found a pub off the royal mile called ...