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... frankly, I didn't see it. We then returned to the hill to take a different route back to the hotel.
Out again in the evening. Had dinner at Indian restaurant, walked a little bit (but were very tired of walking) then back to hotel for drinks. Paul had a whiskey, which he enjoyed, although it had a slightly metallic taste and an iodine finish, neither of which sounded good. But it was overall smoky and smooth. I had a late phone call, then we went to ...
... more than 100 metres away. It is stunning!! We potter around unpacking a few things and eating our takeaway lunch and then it's straight off to walk the Royal Mile.
We head down to Grassmarket, named as one of 15 different market areas in the Old Town and dates back to 1477. We stop in at the pub for a quick refreshment before our walk and we noticed strange dogs everywhere. Apparently they are Skye Terriers which have almost ...
... recording from London. So you have this cool duo from two people who have never met! Gah! Amazing! We ended up doing this quiz in the hostel bar and won because Michael is a know-it-all. In fact we named our team "Michael and other people who don't know much". We now had a £30 bar tab as a prize. Which was fun...given I'd already had a couple. Eh. Once in a while won't kill me and I did make it up the stairs to bed. Lisa ...
... it was will pretty early in the night (About 10:00pm) so we thought, when in Rome...
There we met some pretty chill people and played pool until it was closing time then we finally made it back to our hostel. I call that a win.
Day Three (12/07/14):
... the show. I only caught two shows during the Fringe today: The Bitterly Autobiographical Songbook-A musical comedy show by Luke Burrage and Late NIght Irish.
Both were comedies. I enjoyed them both. The first was one was a bit raunchy, or as the locals call rude. The second was full of Irish humour. I have to say it was pretty funny, in the second show, when they made a joke about Scotland's upcoming referendum to become an independent country. There was an English ...