Travelodge Edinburgh Haymarket Hotel
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... realised that our timings suited a couple of months ago when we were out for lunch and had already planned to meet up this afternoon, but with the thousands of people who converge on Edinburgh for the festivals it was still pretty amazing to just run into them in a random spot. It worked out really well though as we ended up changing our meeting time and place and grabbed lunch together and had a bit of walk through the street.
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... designed by an Italian architect ), and the long rows of terrace houses. Little has changed of this view for a hundred years, except for the new stadium home to Scottish Rugby, Murrayfield, which is just to the west.
There's a strong engineering heritage in Scotland and the north of England, withStephenson, Watt, Boulton and Newcomen, all pioneers of the steam age, and the Industrial Revolution, working in the border ...
... center is a jungle of buildings, some very old and some very new, with spires and steeples peaking out. You just have to stop, look around and take it all in. We have hit Edinburgh in August, probably not the best time to see it. They have the Fringe Festival and the Tattoo on for most of the month. There are people upon people, some dressed a little differently than what we usually see. Time to find our B&B and relax a little. Our B&B is in a quiet neighbourhood outside ...
... that was missing a front leg, pretty mean effort getting up there! From there we headed back to England. Jack and the boys were off to Blackpool today so we were in no hurry and we checked out a few towns on the way down. Had lunch in Berwick on Tweed, pretty good BLT in a nice seaside village then pushed on down the A1 to Croft on Tees which is in North Yorkshire. We are staying at The Croft, an old English pub with hotel rooms upstairs, ...
... the bank), 1 Lithuanian Centu, 71 Polish cents
# of times we did laundry: 4
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 26
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
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