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... deep connection with them at that point, and this was reaffirmed today. On our walk back to the hotel we passed the bagpiper again, who had been joined by another Scot in a kilt so I had a better photo with them this time, and got to enjoy a little more music. Tonight we saw The Imitation Game, a film about Alan Turing and the work of the Enigma code breakers at Bletchley Park. It was an incredible film, exceptionally moving and a definite huge competitor at the Oscars this ...
... with two teenage sons. There are 51 on the tour. Guess who the odd number is? Me!!!!!! Tomorrow breakfast at 6.30am as we leave at 8.30 for tour Edinburgh Castle and later tour of Roslyn Chapel and hopefully, it won't be raining for Tattoo at 9pm tomorrow night. In windows of buildings around Edinburgh, Yes signs can be seen re seeking Democracy. Did not see one No ...
... a version of Dracula at a different venue, Pleasance courtyard. I had a few beers while I was waiting and a few when Mickey came out. We made our way back to our venue for cheaper drinks and maybe a few shots. We get a discount because we have a show running there. They ran out of jäger!!! Can you believe it? What kind of place is this? Not the pearl might I add! I met a really nice bartender named grace with whom I spent the next hour ...
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Wednesday 1st January 2014
Hung over and chilled out…
Today we literally visited Starbucks for the last time, a prime spot overlooking the castle from Princess Street, chilled watching TV episodes and had an early meal out at an Italian restaurant across the street with Ciaran and Nate.
Thursday we had a 7.5 hour non-stop coach ride back to London.
... later, his daughter, Mary Queen of Scots, were born there. For the first time, I really understood why Mary Queen of Scots had such a strong claim to the English throne, and why, in spite of her execution by Elizabeth I, her own son, James VI of Scotland succeeded Elizabeth to the throne of England and ultimately both countries after Union. In the absence of a legitimate heir from Henry VIII, his sister Margaret and her off-spring were next in line to ...