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... this is an experience I'd want to repeat. On our walk home we walked past some pubs and heard live music - it is noticeably different compared to Dublin. I think we are all starting to get a sense how vastly different these places can be even though they are located in a relatively small area in the North Atlantic Ocean and sometimes we can generalize about the people and places of the British Isles.
Tomorrow we ...
... neat and an unexpected piece of history to be learned!
Edinburgh was an awesome city, it looked and felt much older and I guess medieval than Dublin. I did try haggis, but I don't think that I'll bring that back to Canada with me. And, I did realize that I'll never be able to understand a thick Scottish accent, ever.
I hope today is full of leftover chocolates and melting snow!
Love love love,
... over the top and ice cream- and it was delicious!! Yes the weather was not the best but I did get to see a little bit of snow, we braved the elements and still had a great day. The time in Scotland has been fantastic and to be in he home with a family that treat you as family is very special and for that I am truly blessed. We still have a few more days ahead so I look forward to seeing what they will ...
... my phone, so I know where all my purchased shows are, and when and to locate them on the map. even better, it can tell me what's on nearby right now, if I have a few hours between booked shows, which I do.
Over the next four nights I see over fifteen shows, some paid, many free, as well as hundreds of the best buskers in the world that have come to the festival to be discovered.
I'm not finishing until 2 am, and then waiting for an hour each night ...
... Got off at Edinburgh Castle and looked at where we are heading tonight for the fully sold out Military Tattoo. Huge festival called Fringe Festival on as well and the population doubles at this time of year. Fringe Festival is a bit like our Buskers Festival. The Queen is not with us as her flag was not flying!! Different flag for each member of the Royal Family that stays. Spent 5 hours just wandering and climbed 70-80 stairs, from one street to another (that was ...
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