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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
This weekend was spent in Scotland with two of my roommates and a friend from my interior design program back home. We took a megabus overnight on Thursday night and returned overnight on Sunday. What a wonderful city! This been my favorite city so far. It might even edge out London. It has the feel of a small city within a a larger city context. …
... dry stone walls in the world, although it is not the tallest. That honour seems to go to a wall in the Memorial Park at Islandbridge in Dublin. The Park was laid out in the late 1920s to a design by Sir Edward Lutyens to commemorate those Irish men who died in the Great War of 1914-18. The wall rises over 20 feet behind the Memorial Cross and was built by stonemasons brought from Connemara especially for the task. Three main types Looking at a dry stone wall it would seem ...
... in the harbor (they were not any there that day), and to get some great views of Ireland's Eye, an Ireland fifteen minutes off the coast where there is a colony of seabirds, including puffins. Just behind Ireland's Eye, there is another Ireland, which is incredibly home to a very happy colony of wallabies! Dublin Zoo had a problem with over prolific breeders in their wallaby population, so they fixed the problem by releasing them onto this Ireland, where, without any ...
... doesn’t fit.
Back to “Curry’s” (in the meantime John has lost the receipt).
Exchange for a basic generic cable.
Back to van – IT WORKS!!
Now heading off to York – raining ...
... old 3 storey stone home that once belonged to Mary Queen of Scots.
The countryside is simply stunning. The land is dotted with old stone farmhouses - I love it. But it is not the balmy 19 degrees that the weather man teased us with last night. More like 10 degrees... It's ok as long as the wind stays away. Q
Next stop - Melrose - an oooooold village with some little shops and an abbey in ruins. It's so interesting to check it all out. We found a great tartan ...