No.1 Hotel & Wine Lounge
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... of 2kg in weight. Therein lay the problem, it was impossible to fill the box and keep it under 2kg. Our two Lonely Planet guides weighed 1.7kg alone and the box 300 grams, so that didn't work. In the end we managed to pack a couple of beer glasses, a tapestry, a small book and lots of plastic air bubbles.
The rest of our stuff managed to squeeze into our bags and stay within our weight limits... ...
... here there was scaffolding all around it. We didn't bother paying to go in, just took a photo through the fence like so many other tourists.
David had been complaining about his hair getting really long and decided to get it cut even though we were going to the cold of the Arctic Circle, it might have helped keep his head warm.
A homemade Christmas dinner was being prepared ...
... our main reason for going. The cinema is a bit dated compared to what we're used to in Auckland so the sound and visual quality wasn't the best. Perhaps it was the way the latest Hobbit 3D was filmed, but it's doubtful.The movie itself was slightly boring in the beginning, but it soon picked up. On the whole the movie was well made and very good visually, we also loved the dwarves with their Scottish accents.
Our driver for the week, David's dad, picked us up after ...
... the end. Once out of the tunnel everything was fine again. He did try it another couple of times to see if experience made any difference, it didn't - only closing your eyes seemed to.
With the fun and games behind us, we were back to the tourist trail on the Royal Mile. We had a look inside St Giles Cathedral, it's a very ornate building with lots of interesting stone carvings. Inside the Thistle Chapel it was even more so, lots ...
... at a predetermined percentage of each. Whilst this sounds extremely complex, a three 3 layer sieve is used to shake through a sample from the grinding machine and each layer weighed individually - simple stuff!
The ground, malted grain is then mixed with hot water in the mash tun for the 'Mashing' stage. The water takes on the natural sugars from the grain and is run off in liquid form in what's called wort.
The wort is cooled and put into ...