Pollock Halls - Edinburgh First
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back and they even drove us to the tram station to get a tram back into town! Jen cooked corn soup for us for afternoon tea while we showered and got ready for burns night. Sophie lent me a maroon skirt. We caught a bus into the place and got a drink as we were a bit early. It began with traditional Scottish ceilidh dancing with a band. They instructed us how to dance, and all the dances were with partners in a big ...
... along with fresh air and a good workout. I followed the trail to the top, and then wandered around the hills for a few hours, not sticking to the trail at all. It was a very windy day – perfect air conditioning for the climb. Another day, we walked through Inverness Park and attempted to get into the Royal Botanic Garden (not realizing that it closes at 4 pm during the winter). We also walked to Stockbridge, a cute area of Edinburgh that was significantly less ...
... very well. That did not matter much as the audience had a good time.
The big dilemma, yesterday was The Zoo. We were scheduled to perform at the Zoo on the great lawn at 3:15pm. Unfortunately it was raining a lot. I had to make a decision to go or not to go. Now to you it may make absolute sense not to go. You do not want to risk anyone's health, also who is going to see you in the rain anyway? Well in Edinburgh, ...
... pass. I am yet to be in a position where I have to reverse, thank goodness!
We visited three sites on Hadrian's Wall- Housestead's Roman Fort, Chester's Fort and the Temple of Mithros. Our English Heritage Visitors Pass is being put to good use with free entry to all these places ( including Clifford's Tower which we visited in York). It's great being able to look at the Guidebook for the English Heritage sites and know ...
So we decided or to be honest I kind of decided, that our
hotel in New York would be in Harlem. I have to be honest, and say it wasn't
the first place I thought about for resting our heads, and we have more than a
few raised eyebrows when we mention it.
As always I did a fair bit of research about the area and
about the hotel we will be staying in