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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 ...
Today I am writing you from the East Coast Train headed to London.
I am going to give you a special treat and let you hear from my two seat mates. The incredible John and Zach.
Yo Sup, this would be John, I am excited for this little tidbit of London, and I'm sure it will prove to almost as fun as Edinburgh. The time that we spent in Edinburgh was ...
... headed down the High Street which is called the Royal Mile because it connects Edinburgh Castle with Holyrood (holly-rude) Palace. We headed east and down the hill and stopped at the house of John Knox, the leader of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland aka the Presbyterian Church. On the way back up the hill we stopped at the Museum of Childhood which was full of antique toys. We went to the second level to see the train display. ...
... Brass Ensemble. St Marys’ Music School is Scotland’s specialist music school of
St Marys’ Episcopal (Anglican) Cathedral, Edinburgh. The school provides full
time specialist music and academic education for 79 students, aged 8 to 19, who
have gained entry by audition. This performance was part of their outreach
programme. The current ensemble includes 4 trumpets, 4 trombones (including
Director, John Kenny), 1 french horn and 1 euphonium. Four of the 7 ...
... far the history of Scotland(and all of Europe) dates back to. United States history is no where near as old as it is here. This was proven when we went on a tour of "The Real Mary King's Close". All of the side streets in Scotland are called closes. A close is basically an alley way now(no cars can fit through), but back in the 1600s was an extremely narrow road where people lived. Since no pictures were allowed to be taken on the underground tour I'll try ...