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- Parking fine as we finish breakfast
- Coffee & cake morning at St Cuthbert's, below the castle rock
- Taking the castle by storm
- Crazy street layout
- Medieval traffic light system
- Weather turns as quickly as Melbourne's
- Doing a tyre
- Drove Stockport to Edinborough, past Hadrian's Wall
After being checked in and almost diddled out of our daily breakfast by a surly Eastern European man we headed off to the center of Edinburgh. The highlight would have to have been a group of young students playing Scottish music with incredible enthusiasm along the royal mile which we stayed and watched perform. With very little daylight left in …
... the damn headphones out of the jack, as you see when you use headphones it cuts the sound out of the keyboard. I knew that but once again I am the silly American. The rest of the day proved quite challenging as we struggled to keep time as I could not hear anything. A very frustrating day. The cast did a remarkable job in maintaining their poise in front of a packed (100 Seats) house. We had a ton of ...
About half of our room was up early for flights or tours so we decided to also get an early start to the day. We did not have an official plan, we didn't even really want to use a map. We just wanted to see what we could find while wandering among the brick buildings and cute streets.
We came upon a cemetery first. John remembered the cemetery from a ghost tour that he did 10 years ago when he visited this city with his brother Bobby and friend Matt. Greyfriars cemetery ...