Priory Lodge Guest House
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... giving all the insider tips on all things Aberdeen. It was incredible talking to someone who loved Robert Gordon University and Aberdeen so much. While the weather will be miserable, I still have a lot of other aspects to look forward to.
Then we met another group of guys when we sat down, who were mostly Spaniards. We joined them for conversations. One of the guys was an Englishman from Cambridge. His name was Olie, and one of the Spaniards was nicknamed Jas. It was ...
Arrived Ed. Flight from Toronto no beer or wine and awful meal. Met Eric and Mary and new driver Steven. After half hour trip from airport we arrived at Darroch Court, Un. Of Ed. At 9:30 am. Our room was only one not ready so I visited with Eric and Mary. Borrowed her shopping cart and off to Tescos for groceries £60. Returned to Eleanor,s until room ready at 1 pm. Alice slept half on a 2 sweater and ottoman. Our rooms are so much nicer than last time and wonderfully ...
... to go up to Lochness for the day however it was going to be 4.5 hours driving each way for only 1.5 hours at Lochness itself so we thought it wasn't worth it. It was nice to just spend time walking around Edinburgh and watching the locals play their bagpipes on the streets etc. We found the Elephant cafe where JK Rowling wrote Harry Potter and walking around the streets you could just feel where she got her ideas from with the skinny alleys, stone castles ...
... it was time to officially check into the hostel. We got settled in and then made our way to a grocery store (surprise). We are going to miss the grocery store chain called Lidl. We have grown used to shopping there and feel lost when there isn't one around.
The dorm we are in is supposed to be quiet at night. I have my doubts. Tomorrow we have the whole city to explore.
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Sunday (12th) breakfast was mental at the bnb this morning! Everyone was in at once and the chief who we have become friends with we knew had been out on the beers last night! Haha he looked like he wanted to crawl up in a ball and hide from the madness. We walked into town to catch the bus to Lockerbie and then to wait an hour or so for the train to Edinburgh. Scottish are very helpful people, another lady had a good old chat with us and told us where to go in Lockerbie for lunch ...