The Conifers Guest House
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... and another pillow. It made the room slightly less foreign but even now it needs personalising more.
Sussed out the international day with a girl I met at lunch who is from Bulgaria. Got handed a bunch of pamphlets and talked to about a lot of things I had already heard about, but overall the lanyard with ID pass holder was the highlight - holds my uni card, meal card and keys and everyone who missed out wants one. Aww yeah lanyard envy. Was invited out for 'drinks' at someone's flat ...
The day started fine and crisp, 18 degrees. It turned very cold and windy. Made me wonder whether I'd have enough warm clothes for North, so I bought a grey jumper for £7 (on sale). We had an enjoyable guided coach tour of Edinburgh looking at the New Town 200 years old in comparison to the Old Town of 2000 years. Buildings in Edinburgh are mainly 4 stories tall, the ground floor being shopping and the above, residential professional. The ground floor shops are ...
... Six are done and we saw them in the king/queen quarters. We watched the ladies working on the seventh tapestry in the shop. The originals are in NYC at the Cloisters. We quickly ate a small snack. Some cheese that we had from breakfast and bottled water which we had bought that day. Then back on the bus to the Bannockburn Battlefield and Heritage Visitor Centre a few miles away.We were given 3D glasses and saw a puppet show explaining about the royalty, the. into ...
... get Andy off on the
train around 10:30 a.m. It was such a bummer, because Laura and I had such a
good time with him! No one else fell off the bunk beds, after all. But, we were
off to bigger things.
By bigger, I mean Aurthur's Seat. At 822 feet
high, it was a miracle we made it up! This little dots on those photos are
actually people, friends. We started in the parking lot, walked up half-way,
then we dismayed ...
... on their beaks. I spent about an hour there.
- When I came back home, thunder started (as it was a ‘reasonably warm day’). The first time I had heard it in Scotland! I thought how much my boy hated thunder and how apt it was for the afternoon. Miss you my baby.
- Bruises on my forearms. Thanks swanies!
- On the way walking to work, I was looking at a ‘magpie’ – they sort of look like Aussie magpies (black and white) but have quite ...