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... spits on, per the tradition. Spat on it.
Walked around some of the narrow alleyways between old beautiful tenement buildings on the tour. Apparently, back in the olden days (maybe 1600s or 1700s), there was a clear blue lake just north of old town Edinburgh (where the Waverly train station and gardens now stand). In order to dispose of their liquid wastes of all kinds, the people of Edinburgh disposed of all of them in this lake, turning ...
In Edinburgh (pronounced "boro" not "burg") we spent a couple of days with Chris and Emily Gaunt of Baton Rouge. School mates since gramar school at St. Aloysius, Chris is a lifetime friend of son, Armand. They were in one another's weddings and so on. And his parents Mary and Peter are decades-old friends of ours as well. Chris heads up a team of accountants for KPMG in Edinburgh.
That's all well and wonderful but ...
... about 11pm but it had the fireworks over the castle to finish, which were good! Though don't worry Dad Robertson I only took pictures this time, I didn't film any of the bagpipers :-). The next day we headed into Edinburgh after a little bit of a sleep in (9am) to have a look around Edinburgh Castle. They had so much stuff in there to read I think you could have been there for 2 days reading it all. But it was really good and the view of the city, even with the temporary seating ...
... and abrasive). The ceremony started with a bang as three people accidentally set themselves on fire before the ceremony started by sitting too close to the pretty candles lining the aisle. Two of the three were men in kilts incidentally... Despite the smell of burning hair and mild panic in the room. Our friends looked gorgeous and happy, it was a great ceremony. Wayne did a lovely reading that he'd found after scouring the internet ...
... St Louis, Missouri
Thursday 29th May 2014
Follow Route 66 from St Clair to Strafford, Missouri
Visit the Meramec Caverns and see the World's Largest Rocking Chair
Friday 30th May 2014
Follow Route 66 from Strafford to Afton, Oklahoma before leaving Route 66 to end the day in Grove, Oklahoma
Visit Wilson's Creek Battlefield, site of the second battle of the American Civil War
Saturday 31st May ...
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