The Laurels Guest House
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the show, and were not charged by C Venues for going over our time limit. We are now in the process of scheduling another Sound Check. Sigh! With our hopefully 4th and final piano.
The kids and the chaperones split after the show to catch shows. Everyone looks very happy and are having the times of their lives. Today we are off to sing to the Giant Pandas at the Zoo. I have never been to the ...
... old and spooky now. Supposedly more than 250,000 bodies were dumped in a small section of it when the city ran out of room to put dead people during the plague. We had a look around for my last name but only came across one tombstone for an Isabela. I thought there would have been more... maybe in other cemeteries. Or maybe people in my family just live for forever?
From there we discovered an outdoor exhibit at the University of Edinburg law school? It was a ...
... see. Britannia was amazing as was Hollyrood home of Mary queen of Scotts. Treated on both to fully furnished set up places .Great. Loved castle and views. time for a small amount of retail as shops stay open v late here. Had rest then out to lovely Scottish pub for dinner .great day .
Off to not sure where let you know later 15 main walk with bags to car park wont put photos as wifi won't cope . Luv soon to be lost on way out od Edinburgh xxx
... grains were used, how old it is and even what kind of wooden barrel was used to store it. Of course it came to no surprise when the tour guide told us that this dudes nose was insured for 2.5 million pounds!!! Pretty cool aye!
From the distillery we then made our way to this little town called Dunkeld I'm not entirely sure what we were supposed to see there except for this little church so I was kind of glad when we left 30 minutes later.
The last scheduled stop was ...
... monument to Sir Walter Scott, a famous Scottish writer.
The park is along Princes street, the main shopping road in Edinburgh. It has the National Art Gallery, a few cafes, lots of benches and lots of live music. In fact, there was a clarinet band playing... And I must admit, I have never seen a clarinet band, but they were great! Also, there was a young man about 20 in a kilt, playing the bagpipes.... Yeah this doesn`t seem to phase anyone but me. ...