The Ayden Guest House
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... the Scottish Highlands when they know that they could be at the festival. Lyndon and I left the kids watching a show while we went to see if we could get tickets for something later on in the day. A 30 minute line up later and we had success … four of the last five tickets to ‘Comedy Club for Kids’ were securely in our hands. We were not going to take any more chances on the walk in shows on our last day. The great thing was that today was a 2 for ...
... had to make an exhausting trek up a hill designed to discourage attackers before they even reach its gates. Our second visit to Stirling Castle was intended to do two things: allow Courtenay to look again at the restored tapestries hanging in the throne room, and spend down our cash on souvenirs. I'm happy to report that both objectives were met! The car's SatNav system had brought us into the Castle grounds by a direct ...
... Jen got to meet them and the setting was perfect - but this time we were on the other side of the bar!!!
We hung out in Darren's apartment the next day and met all of his super-friendly roommates before I cooked a huge lasagne. I was absolutely stinging to cook as I hadn't in three months. It was pretty amazing to create again and the lasagne and red wine was soul tonic,
The next day ...
... been in Edinburgh as part of Chris's KPMG job for six months, but Emily, since their arrival, has been on the prowl for Harry Potter bits and pieces. She, like Norma, read all seven HP novels, and were first in line at all the movies. J.K. Rowling, author of Harry Potter, famously wrote her first versions of the Harry saga sitting in a local coffee shop. Her books are chock full of very Scottish names and places. The word ...
... in the Pub,
and a dozen free shows I walked into and never found out the name of.
By the end of five days I am exhausted.
I have no idea how the artists manage it, but during one show one artist says;
"It's not a sprint, or a marathon. It's not even a ******* race. It's a job, and you just gotta do it"
By the time Monday comes around I'm glad I set a reminder in my calender to go to the airport, as I have lost track of ...