Edinburgh House Hotel
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... the Scotsman local tour guide was incredible. Soo funny and knowledgeable. We loved him and wanted to trade Tom in. After an information overload yet great afternoon we headed back to the hotel, quick change of clothes and back on the bus to head out for a Scottish night out. We went to The King James on Thistle Hotel to watch a performance which included Scottish singing, dancing, bagpipes and of course haggis. Toby tried the haggis and said it was ok...just don't ...
... the artic circle (we never realised that). Sal made a new friend who couldn't peak english (we called her Grandma), was bloody funny to watch. An hour wait with a hold-up in London, then through to Edinburgh.
Thanks for all the great wishes for my birthday, we worked out I had 31 hours in my day.
We will get a few photos loaded tomorrow.
Staying Lauderville B&B - very clean
... quite warm, about 16deg. People were soaking up the warmth. We walked back over to the Royal Mile, and there were lots of buskers out. As well as several pipers, there was a sword swallower, fiddlers, and Elaine Davidson, the world's most pierced woman. I felt sick looking at her, and worse after I Googled her.
We were home by 6.30, and lots of people are out and about enjoying the late afternoon light.
... returned on his credit card. Fingers crossed that things go off without us having to pay more.
From the car park at the airport we took an hour long local bus into the city to get to our hostel. We are staying at a cute place that is in an old house. We are in a ten bed dorm that is full. We were supposed to be on different bunks but one of the beds was a double bed and the man said that they usually reserve it for couples. It was up to us if we wanted to share or not. ...
... Went through some classics and others we didn't know, but they were just good entertainment. They talked a little during each song but not too much as they had to cut their usual three hour set down to just one hour. We loved it, it had a very Flight of the Conchords feel to it with the blunt deadpan kiwi humour! From what we gathered most of the crowd loved them but the lady next to Jamie just glared the whole time with no reaction. Don't think she got it.