Ravensdown Guest House
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... black. Hard ot imagine it could be seen from the sea.
Edinburgh Castle was interesting. (Also interesting that nothing looked remotely familiar to me.) We got the audiotour, which included a lot about the Lang (Long) Seige after the dethroning of Queen Mary. I saw the Stone of Destiny (which was exciting) in the room with the "Honors of Scotland" or crown jewels. The exhibition leading up the jewels was interesting. Most amusing about the jewels: ...
... decide to get a coffee and go to the loo at a little Turkish restaurant on the outskirts of Edinburgh. I go in and order and when I return from the loo David tells me Emma had rung and she will be held up till 1.30. No problem...we will sit down and eat something. Placing an order we grab a table and then the phone rings and it's Emma again.
"Jo, I've arranged for my husband Adam to meet you at the apartment in 5 mins. You're husband sounded ...
... say, because that is so not my place, but it was equivalent age gap of my sister, my mum and me. It was like talking to my mum when I was 4. She was so lovely though and I really hope I keep in contact with her. Which is not always easy while travelling. I went back to the hostel then, and had some plain cous cous and avocado for dinner. Life is flashy! I decided to go down a few doors from the hostel and have a whiskey ...
... the way where we were allowed to get off, feed them, and try not to get stabbed by their horns because they cannot see where you are with the hair covering their eyes.
Well today was another late start day. I woke up around noon. I have yet to go to bed at a reasonable hour. The run I was planning on taking was cancelled. Instead I opted to get ready and go into City Centre.
Apparently, outside of the Tattoo, the biggest event in August in Edinburgh is The Fringe Festival. It is the largest arts festival in the world. It showcases theater, dance, comedy, singing, and much more. Patti drove me into town. I was dropped off near the Scots ...