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Edinburgh Fringe, Part 2: The Vengeance

UNITED KINGDOM | Thu, 25 Sep 2014 | By kakimono | Views [363]

On Friday morning we got up and went down the breakfast. Essentially, it was a blend between the typical Hilton breakfast and the breakfasts we'd been having all over Scotland. There was fresh fruit and muffins, but also potato scones, haggis, and ... Read more >

Tags: food, fringe, hilton, mars, shakespeare, tram

Surf From Coast to Coast (Really, drive along a single coast)

UNITED KINGDOM | Sun, 21 Sep 2014 | By kakimono | Views [389]

Our exit from the Best Western was the speediest par t of the day. Most of the rest of it consisted of driving leisurely along the coast, stopping whenever we saw something interesting. We only had two firm points of interest- St. Andrews because ... Read more >

Tags: castles, driving, hilton, hotel, lighthouse

Enter my Sister

UNITED KINGDOM | Fri, 15 Aug 2014 | By kakimono | Views [310]

Saturday morning, we had to move out of our apartment by 10:00. My sister was expected to arrive in the heard of Edinburgh around 11:00, and couldn't check into our new place until 1:00, without being able to move in fully until 3:00. So we went back ... Read more >

Tags: bookstore, college, fringe, haggis, hilton, theater

Edinburgh by Daylight

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 12 Aug 2014 | By kakimono | Views [355]

Once we were off the plane, we were brought through lines at an airport which were long, but otherwise painless. Than we were left on our own to find our luggage (there was a conveyor belt, but it was being ignored in favor of two guys bringing over ... Read more >

Tags: coffee, drinks, fringe, hilton

 

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