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... s question what happens if there is too much water in the canal we noticed the overflow sluice gates on the aqueduct over the river drenching the wooden walkway underneath making it extremely slippery. design error methinks. On the way home we enjoyed some tea and cake in a narrowboat cafe before enjoying dinner in a Portuguese restaurant as our Christmas present from him. As it was a BYO he was able to provide some lovely wine from work for ...
... what is in it. We had a great crowd who embraced the show, clapped/sang along to the music and over all made the night entertaining. The little pocket rocket (70yrs old woman, hubby stays home whilst she travels) was showing off her muscles, (she runs aqua aerobics and exercise classes at home) and kept our group entertained. The more she drinks the funnier she gets. I want to adopt her as my nana.
Another great day. Tomorrow we continue to explore Edinburgh.
... time at all. We saw the little graveyard for the soldier's dogs, too.
Portable bleachers and grandstand have been set up in the castle courtyard for the Royal Military Tattoo that begins on Thursday and is performed every night for the next month. We have tickets to see the show on Thursday night, so we're excited about that. You can read more about that at http://www.edintattoo.co.uk/
... him and smiled and said--are you with superman? He said oh yes he's marrying my daughter. Hahaha. Apparently this guy had his bachelor party in Belfast and was returning home to go straight to another party from he airport. Not sure why the costume was appropriate, but it was damn funny. They were wearing kilts too. It was also a miracle I got this information out of the older gent considering he has. Super thick Scottish accent. ...
... but not any of the recognizable characters). There was a single camera at the front of stage broadcasting to two big screens, and this is where the actual scene with the puppets happened, but since it’s a stage show we also get to see what the puppeteers are doing underneath, and how they make it all happen. There were monitors all around stage, and basically they’re all looking at these while performing with the puppets ...