Brooks Hotel Edinburgh
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My stay at Brooks was very comfortable - nice bed, great breakfast spread and excellent location.
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... I highly recommend to do one of these tours and to explore the vaults which are all throughout the city. I truly felt a deeper connection with the city and its history by doing so. Afterwards, we booked a 2 day tour with Timberbush Tours for next week to explore a few castles and the Highlands with Loch Ness (a must see). We did venture up in to Edinburgh Castle but did not pay the pricey 15 pounds to take a tour just ...
... of each other. Peter says, "that is a tight course" but seems a bit of "a bizarre layout" to me. We all loved the day, including Kate, who a couple of times said she didn't really deserve to be there given her lack of golf knowledge. Mind you she did seem to attract a bit of attention as she looked special in her felt hat and scarf and there were many young men on the course. I am guessing about 20 -1 men to women. Not sure she noticed but her mother ...
... of four, who traded in fabrics and sewed for a living. It was highly unusual for a close to be named after a woman at that time, indicating Mary’s standing in the town. We were surprised to find out that part of the original Craig close is on the tour. We even saw the house of the Craig's, where all of them died of the plague, or as they called it The Black Death. These once vibrant little streets and lanes are completely sealed underneath the newer ...
... gathered together and then I took both groups food shopping. 210GBP later the groups left to their apartments with lots of bags, flyers and tired bodies.
Huge day tomorrow.
7-11am is our tech.
1:05pm is our first performance.
4pm - Steve, Lindsay and I will perform at a Press Conference.
5:30pm - We perform on High Street for the first time.
Lots of fun.
... and a Chinese Kabuki, neither of which we got a chance to see. But we did get to see Dolly, the cloned sheep, a variety of animals both living and extinct (there were dinosaurs) and an Egyptian section. There was even an area on communications, and there was a police box which meant a photo op was a necessity! It was a fun couple of hours.
At the end of the museum tour, we went back outside and noticed it had just stopped raining so ...