At the Three Sisters pub in Cowgate, dozens of partygoers encountered one another for the first time on Friday night. For some the weekend would bring paintballing games, go-karting or shopping, and a few might enjoy a traditional Scottish banquet. Almost all, however, would end up hopelessly inebriated. Braving the traditional wet Scottish summer weather were rugby players from London, schoolmates from Manchester and one bride dressed in a veil two weeks before her wedding. Despite the cavernous bar and nightclub areas, many were happy to get drenched in the courtyard outside. After downing pints and bluish-green chasers, stags and hens strutted on to the streets of Edinburgh in search of pastures new now that Dublin - a favourite partying venue - has wearied of such scenes. The Irish capital's Temple Bar district is restricting the size of groups allowed to mill around its drinking dens.
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