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Goodbye Glasgow, Hello Edinburgh and the Fringe festival, so many act, comedy, musical, dancing, theatrical, circus. Edinburgh's Royal Mile a throng of people and lots of street performers. By the end of the mile, I had dozens of flyers pressed into my hand, by a sea of people in various costumes, touting for audiences to shows. Did hear that a forest of trees has to be planted each year to make up for the massive amount of flyers ...
... was a little disappointed in the fact that it didn't offer free wi-fi or free breakfast.
We had decided on the train from York that the first thing we were going to do was climb Arthurs Seat, which is one of the seven hills that surround the city of Edinburgh and offer stunning views. Another cool aspect of Arthur's seat was that it used to be an active volcano. When we began to climb Arthur's seat it was still raining a bit, but as we began to accent is started to come ...
... Servers from the Pub, and had just got off work. One of the girls was from Zimbabwe, so it was interesting to talk to her (sounds like conditions haven’t improved much there). We were eventually joined by the Cook, who had also just got off work. They apparently close the kitchen at 19:00 on Friday’s, as it’s too busy and crowded to serve hot food. I was looking forward to Fish & Chips with mushy Peas, but will have that on another ...