Six Brunton Place Guest House
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... lookout. The only other people there were bird watchers who were viewing birds from within their car. We were literally blown away when we left the car with a wind of about 50 knots and driving rain which stung when it hit the face. "Okay thats enough Greg" said I. And then Greg suggested we climb down the hill to water in driving rain. "NO" said I. We then continued on the road to a light house on the point. The wind was now gusting such that it was difficult to ...
... at dealing with it.
The cast did a good set on the street, it is tough doing it at 5:30pm because the crowd is less interested in us and more on dinner and destinations. Still, we plodded on. Lindsay absolutely killed the set up in The Earl. It was so good that the promoter asked us to perform in the "Best of The Fest" night. Unfortunately we are gone at that point. The bar ...
... keen to give us the run down on all things Edinburgh-ian, but all we really wanted to do was get to our room and rest!
Once again, we are on the top floor, up spiralling staircases dragging heaving suitcases. If we had to have a logo for our family trip the spiral staircase would probably be it!
After an hour or two of rest, we went to dinner about 1km down the road at an Indian restaurant. We (girls) were ...
... insisted on meeting me at that very moment. After telling him my name (three times), I was actually able to get some sleep! A few of us got up early the next morning to tour the castle and walk along the Royal Mile. I personally found Windsor Castle to be much more interesting but it was still a great experience. After that, we visited the Scottish Parliament House, walked around some more, sampled tons of whiskey and fudge, then soaked up the sun on Calton ...
... bus station. Suddenly, there was a crash right below my seat, and our bus collided with a public transporation bus. The other bus had a broken window. The drivers were aruging and exchanging information for quite a while and everyone was getting ansy. KP and I decided to get off the us and walk to he tube station. It was only a few minutes away so we knew we could do it. Wouldn't you know, about 3 minutes into our walk, our bus passed us. Just our luck. Kathleen also almost got hit ...