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Today at 11am, I am meeting with the writers from THE GIRL WHO. This is a show I am seeking to produce for Infinity in the Spring. I loved this musical and I am very excited to bring it to life with Infinity. I am hopeful that the meeting goes well.
I am planning to take the entire cast to see THE GIRL WHO after our show today. We are also on the lookout for Lindsay's lost shoe which apparently is in ...
... Tom Riddle and others. We see the George Heriot School the inspiration for Hogwarts, the coffee shops she wrote the books in and learn some of Rowling's past. The boys listen enraptured, walking close to the tour guide staying in the front. By far the highlight of Edinburgh for them we're sure.
After the tour, we find an actual and authentic craft brewery: Brew Dog, that looks and tastes like home. We sip beers and eat pizza, listening the the boys talk excitedly about Harry ...
... cream and sorbet, homemade ready meals, delicious puddings and desserts, farmhouse cheeses, preserves, home baking, sauces, oils and alcohol. All the products and produce is from the local area. We enjoyed wandering around and filling our basket with some delicious food, including dinner for two nights. If I lived here I think I would just buy my meals from there and never cook anything from scratch.
Later in the afternoon we visited ...
... 8217;s mom) are anxious travellers, so even though I was more than two hours early for the flight, they were already checked in and waiting for me at Costa Coffee.
I checked in, we breezed through security, did some duty free shopping, and found our gate without much anxiety. We had a standard flight to Paris, two hours, no delays, and found our way on to our connecting gate with tons of time to spare. Lee and I wasted time by watching movies on ...
... Then on to Rosslyn Chapel, which in comparison with the previous two monuments was somewhat disappointing as it is small and grey and overcrowded, with gravel instead of garden. The carvings are very ornate and have many stories to tell, although many are creepy. That evening I went to dinner with Robyn to Angels with Bagpipes , which was nice. We also went to another folk music bar which was not as good as my favourite Royal Oak. Enjoyable ...