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... the USA heart rate. Like every good tease it
is invariably better than the real thing. A surging Kaymer, the plucky Garcia
and the stolid Jamie Donaldson brought home the spoils. Despite the pre-match
chest beating from the sage Jack Nicklaus and Butch Harmon, no one advised them
to bring jam to this buffet as they were surely to be toast. The old adage that
teams function better than groups of even inspirational individuals was never
We had thought we might like to go and visit the Royal Yacht Britannia, which is in dock at Leith, so we drove there this morning only to be put off by the steep entry fee. So we took some photos of it from the windows of the shopping mall next door and headed back to the city. We found a travel agent to get some advice about the Czech Republic, as Leicester and Lidka's plans have changed and we are now not going to be able to spend a ...
... within the Terminal building, which also comprised lots of retail shops.
From here, we move onto the Edinburgh Zoo, a 30 minute cab ride away. After our experience at the Wildlife Centre in Montrose Basin a few days earlier, we were expecting big things from this visit. We were not let down. There were plenty of animals to see and Patsy was greatly impressed by the layout of the Zoo and the standard of the animals enclosures. There were plenty of ...
... be afoot ...
Greyfriars Kirk has been serving the Old Town since 1620 and has had an air of mystery since its beginning! We found Greyfriars a peaceful and intriguing place full of history.
It is said to house the most haunted tomb in the world, the final resting place of the ...