>Edinburgh Courier II

>Lauren and I got caught up yesterday – don´t know when I will be able to get home.

About Dorte Hummelshøj Jakobsen

I am a Danish teacher. In my spare time I read, write and review crime fiction.
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11 Responses to >Edinburgh Courier II

  1. Cathy says:

    >Should I post bail? :)Enjoy your trip!

  2. >What a fun photo! Had you met Lauren before this trip? It sounds like you're getting along fabulously 🙂

  3. seanag says:

    >You know, I'd worry, if it didn't look like you two were having a pretty darn good time.

  4. bookwitch says:

    >It's a suitable place for those with criminal intent.

  5. Beth F says:

    >LOL! Hope you get out of jail soon.

  6. Julia Smith says:

    >I'll bring you some bread and water as soon as I can.

  7. Dorte H says:

    >Cathy, if I were you I´d at least wait and see today´s post first, but thanks a lot :)Dawn, no Lauren happened to notice I was in Edinburgh and asked if we would like to meet her. We certainly would; she was a brilliant guide and a really nice person to get to know.Seanag, we had 🙂 (especially as there was no lock on the gate).

  8. Dorte H says:

    >Bookwitch, I certainly felt at home there! (They didn´t serve food, however so ….)Beth, thank you. Julia, that is very good of you 🙂

  9. >Is that photo of Fleshmarket Close, by any chance?Sadly, I did not find out Lauren lived in Edinburgh until I was on my way out of Scotland, ============== Detectives Beyond Borders"Because Murder Is More Fun Away From Home" http://detectivesbeyondborders.blogspot.com/

  10. Dorte H says:

    >Peter, actually it was just a private back yard. It was quite charming, thought, at least when we had removed some bags of rubbish in order to take the photo.

  11. Lauren says:

    >Peter and Dorte, the yard is actually Riddell's Court. (AKA Riddle's Court, as there seems to be no agreement on the spelling.)Among other things, it was David Hume's home before he moved to James' Court as featured on your blog. And there's an unusual Danish connection too – see http://www.edinburgh-royalmile.com/closes/close-riddles.htmlDorte, it was lovely to meet you, and I'm glad you had a nice time in Edinburgh. Peter – maybe next time!

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