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I saw lots of snow!
Well lots for me!
This is a late posting but finally got here. I'm on a computer all day at my 9-5 job so the last thing I want to do is sit on a computer typing! Well, playing games or watching movies... maybe.... ;-p
First of all the sleet came. And I ran (yes ran) through the first floor of the building with my camera in tow - to go downstairs to stand in it and take some pics! As ran past the reception lovely Iain was there ...
I've told/asked (somewhere in between the two) my parents that I want to go on holiday this December... mum said 'cool, where?' and dad hasn't replied. Though he never replies to my texts so I don't know.
The thing is, I want to book my flights! They're cheap right now!
I really need to stop going to http://www.visitcopenhagen.com whilst I'm supposed to be doing my schoolwork. (By the way, it's really good, informative, useful website).
... sat under the coronation chair at Westminster Abbey in London from 1296 until 1996. At that time, Queen Elizabeth agreed to return it to Scotland, on the condition that it would be returned to London for all future coronations. I remember a recent movie made about an attempted abduction of the stone, that was quite a fiasco.
The Royal Palace residency was not at all what I expected. It had wood floors, and not as grand as many other palaces I had seen ...
... scorer, as a real game would cost you almost $1000! Matt got a hole in one, which was pretty exciting at St. Andrews. The final results were 1. Rowan, 2. Dylan, 3. Bruce, 4. Matt. It was a lovely way to spend the arvo before returning back to Edinburgh even though it was cold and my jacket was in the car parked a fair hike away! We made our way back to Edinburgh later that day. We had booked to stay at the thistle castle apartments but when we arrived we soon found ...
... didn't want to turn on so I couldn't get the picture. The ride was fun, though.
When it got time for the countdown, we had the prefect spot and were able to sing along to Auld Lang Sine because the words were flashed on the screen.
Eventually, we got tired of the crowds and were tired so we headed back to the hostel and practically fell into our beds.
The next day, New Years Day, when we finally got up, it was time to see the Loony Dook. ...