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... point in the city below. Here we saw the Honours of Scotland (also known as the Scottish Regalia and the Scottish Crown Jewels), the Royal Palace, the Scottish National War Memorial, and the National War Museum of Scotland.
Set among a series of volcanic hills, Edinburgh is a stunning confection of late medieval tenements and neoclassical terraces. To the south the city is hemmed in by the Pentland Hills, and to the north by the Firth of Forth, an estuary of the North ...
... The Scotlands People
Centre in the General Register House was full of people doing the same thing –
with staff to help, especially with reading the old style hand writing of the
I spent a while in St James’ Shopping Mall, trying on a few
pairs of jeans. I only brought one pair with me and due to the cold weather
have worn them many days! As none of the jeans made it over my hips I ended up
buying a pairs of ...
... the streets some more to get our bearings and discover the city. We decided to stop in this pub called Finnegan's Wake. KP had a beer and I had a jack and coke. There was a super old and even more obnoxious and weird band playing that could not get their sh*t together. We left after one drink because we were exhausted. On our way back, we stopped in a little italian cafe and had cheesecake. We were the first ones back to our hostel and settled in.
The next day, we ...
... The next morning we walked into town for a 2 hour history tour. Young Scottish guy ( opposite build to Calvin .. But no Jamie Fraser either ) who very animatedly have us a fantastic history lesson as we walked around some of the old city of Edinburgh. Should I ? Shouldn't I? Aussie ? England? But it was cold. It's the wind that drives into your bones. Later we walked down the royal mile from Edinburgh Castle to Holyrood Palace. A walk through a working ...
... t really pin down who or what she is. In many ways she is a pop icon but she's also an outsider. She's androgynous. She's cold and very sincere and heartfelt at the same time. The content is great but what I got from her was a character study. Her identity is fascinating and her being and spirit is what I found focusing on during the performance.
Every time I see an intriguing performer I try and see what I can steal for myself. What I ...
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