My Edinburgh Life
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... Ferguson’s team
speech akin to slashing Braveheart paint upon their faces or did the solemn
rendition of Robbie Burns “For awe that” tap into some deep rooted fire that
was not to be quenched? The measure of men in contest is as much about how your
accept defeat as how you accept winning. In recent years the USA has failed
muster on both counts from the shockingly poor sportsmanship of the Brookline
hooligans on the green ...
... being a conehead for a week.
Boxes arrived and packing commenced. It was a bit of a **** show. They better not lose anything. Once they were sent off I found so many more things that should have been sent back in those boxes. It was hard to judge but our room still looked quite untouched after they had been picked up. It’s crazy how much you accumulate.
Caitlin managed to be placed in Edinburgh and Glasgow over three days for ...
... and take photos of us on the bridge which was quite a buzz.
St Andrew’s University is spread throughout the whole town with beautiful buildings for different faculties and also incredibly impressive student accommodation. During term time students account for one third of the population. We had a great day exploring this lovely town which lived up to all our expectations and we came home tired but happy little travelers. ...
... perfect for exercise. There was so many people walking this and the many more tracks that cover this area. Getting to the top only 40 minutes after setting out, the view was stunning. You can see the whole of this beautiful city from here. Talking a different track down to the next point was quite steep. Talking the next track that every one takes, I started off but had a ...
... anyplace in Edinburgh named “links” claims to be the spot where golf was invented! In reality, the Bruntsfield Links are probably more known for its plague pits of medieval Edinburgh. The plague seems to have wiped out the city’s poor population several times during the 13-15thCs.
Passing through Bruntsfield Links you come onto the Meadows, a very large protected green commons which is packed ...