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... the bridge to cross the deep valley between the two. It doesn't seem like bridge because buildings were built around it in the same level and vaults were built in the lower levels.
The vaults were dark and the air was still, just couple of candles were lit to help us as we walked over the original uneven surfaces. The vaults were used by tradesmen to begin with, but they flooded easily during heavy rains and the merchandise got destroyed so they moved out. After came ...
... describing the complex geologic history history here where to see ancient water channels, faults, and lava flows. Our hike around Capelaw Hill and Castlelaw HIll didn't get us to the highest elevations, but still took us high enough to get fantastic views back at Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth. Never a dull moment or dull view around ...
... the lead.
Wherever you fly, you'll be the best of the best.
Wherever you go, you will top all the rest.
Except when you don't
Because, sometimes, you won't.
I'm sorry to say so
but, sadly, it's true
can happen to you.
You can get all hung up
in a prickle-ly perch.
And your gang will fly on.
You'll be left in a Lurch.
You'll come down from the Lurch
with an unpleasant bump.
... tail. This one was carrying a very long stick in its beak and was jumping from ledge to ledge to the top of the roof of a house where the chimneys were. I thought they must be building a nest up there. But no. Once it got to the top - near the chimney pipes, it flew down, across the street to the park where there was a very large tree. Ah! The stick must have been quite cumbersome so it needed some elevation to get to the tree, and the chimney was higher than the tree.
Once it ...
... the city with all the amazing architecture, to the left was the more modern district with a whole lot of shopping centres, and to our right, we looked out upon the castle.
We also made our way over to another ride. To anyone familiar with Canada's Wonderland, this ride was like a mini version of the wind seeker. It was only 60m tall. So, here I am.. Thinking this is going to be a little dinky ride that wont be good for anything but a ...