Priory Lodge Guest House
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... appreciating the view, we slowly make our way down, which starts out a bit treacherous. Pretty much a flat downhill for a couple of stretches but we are skilled enough that we make it through with no incident. Think we probably went down the wrong way, since no one followed us or was in front of us the entire time until we got to the main path. Oh well. After arriving at the foot, take a short cut, which we had perfected after being in Edinburgh for only 24 ...
... loved it, which made me feel very good about the piece. Another highlight is that Susan Boyle was also present for the show. Everyone got a kick out of that.
After that we went in and put a good days work on High Street performing and selling our show. The scheduled performers before us did not show up so we took advantage and were able to get in another 20 minutes of selling and ...
... we can't go in today as the Queen is going to be in residence next week, she is having a garden party, so it's all go getting ready for that, we then head up the Royal mile to the "Old Town" and onto our visit at Edinburgh Castle, including checking out the Scottish crown jewels. What an awesome place, I have seen the Castle before on a very cold, rainy and foggy day sitting up on the hill but I didn't go inside, I can tell you it's worth the trip in to have ...
Today was another Lazy day. Tommy and Lizzy went back to school, Uncle Matt went back to work and Nick and Martha went back to America. The weather wasn't ax good Asti has been so we all just had a very lazy, relaxing day.
Daddy did manage to make it out and went to visit a Georgian House down the road which is ...
... can hear it. They comment, "oh, I love your accent...ours is quite boring, but yours is lovely." We brought in the New Year listening to Scottish natives The Pet Shop Boys (popular in the 80s). We sang Auld Lang Syne and then I headed back to be with Roy. The streets were so crowded you could hardly move. Long day and night but so much ...