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... had a band play. They played popular local songs that can be heard in the States, such as 500 Miles and Hey Brother. On an interesting note for those who didn't know, The Proclaimers are a Scottish band.
One of the members of the crew was seemingly rich Spaniard. He bought a round of drinks.. So I enjoyed a beer with the guys. Then as last call rolled around the rich kid had whole pint of beer left so a couple of us helped him finish it. He got a lot of **** from the ...
... walk into the foyer of my dorm and startle 20 yr old GB as he flirts with the warden. past a block of townhouses and GB walks down the stairs. At the train station, in the store, ect, ect. Current count, is you guessed it, five.
hit up the botanic gardens today. FREE.
breakfast buffet has individual nutella packets. FREE. I appropriated a few extra into my bag.
... my paternal
grandmother’s father. I found information going back 3 generations. I was so
excited. William Galloway (the elder) was a stone mason turned sculptor who married
his first cousin at the age of 38 at the Royal British Hotel in Edinburgh. This
is the hotel where I am staying! He was
one of four children to George Galloway, the others being George, Elizabeth and
Janet. My search ground to a halt with the next generation. David Galloway ...
... arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of beers: 69
# of monies found: 16.78 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian soles, 26 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs, 11 Czech Republic Korunas, 5 Croatian Lipas, 2 Hungarian Fillers (no longer in use), 10 Romanian lei, 3.21 UK Pounds, 1 Ukrainian Hryvnia, 3 Danish Kroner, 22 Norwegian Kroner, 2.4 Latvia lats (no longer in use, exchanged for 2.85 ...
... and fun pub facts as we walked around. We visited monuments, walked by the castle, St. Gillies cathedral, to the grass market (the old gallows), through greyfiars kirkyard and to many more interesting places tucked away over 2 and a half tours. He pointed out the window that J. K. Rowling sat at as she wrote the first Harry potter book and then showed us all the graves within greyfiars kirkyard that gave names to the characters, the most famous being Tom Riddle ...