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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... artwork, which most was very impressive. Edinburgh is a beautiful city. With some difficulty we climbed the remains of a temple which stood atop the hill and got a view of our next daunting task, Arthur's Seat.
Arthur's seat is a mountain which overlooks all of Edinburgh, and is situated in the area of Holyrood next to the Queen's Edinburgh residence. After looking at the paths, we chose the path ...
... that's what they say here. Oh and, 'You all right?' instead of, 'How are you?' The first time I looked at the person thinking, yeah, I'm ok don't I look ok? I'm used to it now!
Happy St Paddy’s Day everyone (it will be here tomorrow). My first overseas. Although not in Ireland, pretty close. Might have to go for a beer after work tomorrow.
I wonder if it’s going to be dyed green?
Talking about work(s):
I finished up at Scottish ...
... filled with wanderlust, and my ultimate goal is to visit every continent, taking lots of pictures along the way! My hobbies include photography (just starting out) and eating. I'm a vegetarian, so it will be interesting to see how different cultures cater for vegetarianism.
We are looking forward to sharing our travel adventures!
Never Lost...Just Wandering x
... the Germans! Everyone is so social. I feel that the two German's i met were the most forward on meeting me. They just started talking to me like it was nothing. We as American's are so stand-off-ish! It's nice to just make friends so easily. Just sitting there we also met Joe from New Zealand and a couple from Australia. I was having a great time just chilling. The hostel workers who were going on the pub crawl were walking around stamping people ...
... to put to your ear to and hear a guy fangurl over Scott.
Eventually we found our way down the tower and met up with Anne and Erin and we went back to the museum to finish up what we started. I saw an El Greco that I didn't hate (for the most part I find him kind of repulsive), another Rembrandt, and then lots of impressionist art! By lots, I really just mean one room. Almost everything in that room was amazing. Sculpture wise, they had replicas of a Bernini! I watched a ...