Princes Street East Youth Hostel
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The open-air preaching tent was used by preachers during the 'communion season’ which lasted for several days each year. Though Robert Burns criticized these meetings as strictly social, I believe the teaching of ethical monotheism elevates human behavior ...
After a hearty breakfast we braved the blustery conditionscaught Bus 35 to the top of the Royal Mile near Edinburgh Castle. Poor MDW was having a tough day, bad headache, sore back and swollen feet. I suggested a quiet day but MDW didn't want to stop me from seeing Old Edinburgh and knew if she stayed at the hotel, I would to. Also the Fringe was on. The Fringe Festival allows performers of varying standards to perform in pubs, theatres and even busk ...
... break....so naturally we returned to the pubcrawl that was so successful the night before. It was even better the second time round ! We partied with our Canadian friends some more and I met a lovely German girl and got to spend some time with her watching Germany defeat the USA in the world cup.
Our final day was spent having a picnic in the park in the centre of the city, before having to pack for ...
... other than those of you here in the Northern hemisphere. Returned to Edinburgh from Nairn on 3rd January by train, my gorgeous friend Karen dragged herself out of bed to drive me to Inverness to catch the train, which I just caught by the skin of my teeth, actually a very nice lady (conductor) on the platform held the train for me as I had to collect my ticket first. Didn't give Karen and I much time to say goodbye which was probably just as well as we were both feeling ...
... verdict from the judge. The lawyers would gather in this hall, and walk up and down the hall, conversing with one another to gain information and kind of lobby for their causes. It was quite informative, as well as amazing that I was able to get this grand tour. We talked about his thoughts on Scottish Independence.
He was definitely all for it, but gave the chances of it going through as slim to none, which surprised me. He said that as much as they ...