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... 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 ...
... was Tyson (also from Perth) who we went to the cricket with and had also travelled to Edinburgh so we had a few things planned with him for the week.
On Wednesday morning we did a walking tour of Edinburgh. It went for nearly 3 hours but there was lots of interesting things the guide talked about such as where the Edinburgh Tattoo originated from, the history of Scotland and England which mainly involved many years of war and a few of Edinburgh's most famous ...
... very hot day" we set off on the standard bearing finding mission. I must add that the importance of the standard bearing finding mission, or the SBFM for those with a preference for four letter acronyms, should not be underestimated as it allows your scribe and his travelling companion to discover the precise location and distance / direction from the hotel for his of hers area of interest thus ensuring maximum efficiency for the duration of the trip. For example ...
We departed our hotel in Edinburgh at 8am and headed southbound back to the English land. We had one small last stop in Scotland at a cafe and of coarse a gift shop. I did try one cashmere jumper on but didn't like it enough for £75, I do have my Scottish teddy so he is my souvenir. They have all the tartan scarves, gloves etc but doubt I would wear them much ...
... of ten best restaurants in Edinburgh by The Guardian, I was eager to pay them a visit. And, who am I to argue with The Guardian? I mean, their sushi is heavenly.
God I loved it. I loved it so much that I even asked for a doggy bag (22 rolls turned out to be bit too much). Never ever in my life would I ask for one, but this amazing sushi is just to good to ...
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