No. 11 Brunswick Street
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and cancelled. What!? So she changed her plans and has been having the time of her life on 3 month tour around Europe.
The meeting place for my night tour was the same as the morning one so I was on time and ready. I met a Brazilin guy named Filipe and we would talk about our lives in between the tour guide giving us facts. This tour guide was just as good as the one in the morning so I knew I was in for a treat. She took us over to the other side of Edinburgh and one of ...
... fascinating tour of the city back in the 1400-1700 time frame. They touch on some of the residents that were there. What they did for a living, what living conditions were like, how the plague wiped out many of the people etc. Apparently these streets (or closes) were very narrow with buildings up to 10 stories high and sloping down to the sea for easy disposal of sewage that was thrown out on the streets. They showed you how the very poor lived in one room with twelve people to a ...
... I take my place in the queue for the next talk - this one is on the referendum, and a sell-out, so the line has already wrapped itself three quarters of the way round the square. Glimpses of the Georgian buildings beyond the tents are a reminder of the real world outside this sheltered enclosure.
Late in the afternoon I meet a friend for a coffee and a stroll round the grounds of St John's Church, where the ethical 'Just Festival' is taking place. The craft and ...
... we watched them asking it where it stays for a minimum of 12 years, the oldest they have is 37 years old. We had some tastings, very nice and smooth but we didn't buy any as it was quite expensive and we don't know whether we would be able to take it into France and/or Dubai. Then on to Balloch where we had arranged to meet Karen, one of the English Doctors who I worked with at NETS that lives in Glasgow. She took us on a boat tour of Loch Lomond, so beautiful! We then ...
Hi all - just letting you know I'm still alive in Scotland. No Net access in the new flat yet, but splurged on one month access on a dongle! Lots of data, but not good reception... oh well. My DMTs will subside for a while.Hope everyone is well and can't wait to blurb heaps once I get up and running! And many hugs to those who keep in touch.