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... slightly eccentric Scot who for the next few hours entertained us with a mix of history and humour. I think one of the highlights was learning the true meaning of ' being **** faced'. Finishing the tour we still had a bit of light left so we headed for Edinburgh's most famous landmark, the Castle. Wandering through the park we managed to get a few snaps in before retreating to a nearby pub to escape the temperature ...
... taxis speed across the water, connecting the juxtaposed metropolises. Edinburgh is also a little like something from Calvino. The city is built on a hill, which you don't really notice - it doesn't feel particularly high up. It does make the city a really layered one. When we exited the station, we walked along the road and my map told me we had to turn right down the next street, but the little spot on my map kept passing the street we needed to be on, ...
... 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.
... and ate ice cream in Meadows Park, walked through Greyfriars Kirkyard searching for the grave of Thomas Riddell, hiked to the top of Arthur's Seat in Holyrood Park, took the double-decker bus tour of downtown, boarded the Royal Yacht Britannia, and spent several hours exploring the Dynamic Earth Museum. But we all agree that we had the best time at the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions museum. Located on the Castlehill section of the Royal Mile next ...
... few rides to go on, ice skating, international foods to try, delicious desserts and hot drinks, and some amazing art pieces. From jewellery, to scarves, and much more (those were just two of the things I was attracted to most.. no surprise there!).
Speaking of jewellery, I happened to spot a really cool ring. It's not normally my style, but something about it really had me drawn to it. Nick saw me eyeing it up, and bought it for me. :) He ...
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