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... to the Canadian high commission, Canada House, right beside Trafalgar Square. It only just officially re-opened on February 15th after having been renovated so it had been under construction in October when I had been to Trafalgar Square with my parents. We had a full tour of Canada House with a guide and got to see all kinds of paintings, sculptures and handmade rugs throughout the building designed by Canadian artists. We then headed off to Buckingham Palace to ...
... and were there before the museum even opened but nevertheless waited in line for an hour. It was definitely worth the wait! Even though I had never read the book, it reminded me of another book I had read called Book Thief (although fictitious) with a similar story and it was quite moving to know that where we were standing was exactly where Anne Frank's story had all taken place. As Amsterdam is the European capital of museums, we then made our way to the cheese ...
... Friday morning so I woke up to the news that Scotland would remain a part of the UK - which meant no change and everything continued as every day prior to the referendum. Supposedly there were some riots of in Edinburgh but there was nothing of that sort over here. St Andrews just carried on as it usually does.
On Saturday I had a nice long run with the girls from the novice (beginner) rowing team along the North Sea. The weather has been quite exceptional lately - ...
... luck with Botanic Gardens, they are usually dead when we visit them but I found out it was only a 2 pound entry fee so figured I would. The gardens were actually very nice. They are certainly no Bouchard Gardens but I had a nice stroll anyway. I originally planned to check out the shops today but we found out we have extremely strict weight regulations on our next flight so cannot take anything extra, therefore did not want ...
We head for Edinburgh. First stop is Rosslyn Chapel about 15
minutes out of the city. The Scottish people believe this is one of their most beautiful churches. Rosslyn Chapel, formally known as the
Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew, was founded on a small hill above
Roslin Glen as a Catholic collegiate church in the mid-15th century. The
chapel took some 40 years to complete and its ornate stonework and
mysterious symbolism have inspired - ...