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... presents then off we go again.
A stop for lunch at a Beef Eaters (steak burger with brie and cranberry sauce) and then off again to find the kelpies (for more info about the kelpies: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kelp ies).
Just a bit further down the road we could see the kelpies, wow, they are huge!! Unfortunately we didn't get to go in today as we needed to get back and it was a fair distance to walk for Allan so Julie and I took some quick photos as it ...
... the show, and were not charged by C Venues for going over our time limit. We are now in the process of scheduling another Sound Check. Sigh! With our hopefully 4th and final piano.
The kids and the chaperones split after the show to catch shows. Everyone looks very happy and are having the times of their lives. Today we are off to sing to the Giant Pandas at the Zoo. I have never been to the ...
... it is either uphill or downhill. First impressions are that Edinburgh is very, very old with lots of gray stone buildings and cobbled streets. Everyone is very friendly and smile and stop to talk on the street. We walked to the Royal Mile and started near Edinburgh Castle to walk this most famous mile (actually a bit more than a mile). From the Castle, the Royal Mile is a downhill walk; conversely, it's uphill coming ...
... couldn't have been more perfectly located. It was a two minute walk from the bus stop and a five to ten minute walk from everything else that we wanted to see! A ten person room was not ideal, but it was cheap and came with a free breakfast so that's all that mattered. By the time we arrived and locked up our bags in the room, we attempted to explore the city a bit, but we found a lot of the places were upscale on Princes Street and we didn't have the budget ...
... We migrated through the cold rain to another pub, then Jaclyn and I visited the BrewDog pub (one of our favorite European brewers) located right around the corner from our hostel (which had California's own Anchor Steam Christmas beer on tap—a nice surprise). If I had to sum up Edinburgh in one sentence, it would be, “A beautiful town that maintains the historic feeling of the region and is populated by some friendly, happy people.” If I had to sum ...