My Edinburgh Life
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... From the abbey you walk through the gardens of the palace, which are beautiful. My favorite part of the gardens is a freaky looking statue of a fiddler tucked way in the back of the garden. The face is crumbling away and the body is sort of contorted, Quasimodo style. As my brother said, it looks like the next monster Sam and Dean will face on Supernatural.
After our visit to Holyrood I decided I was too tired and needed a nap, so I went back to the flat. My mom and ...
... and vanilla-like in the Highlands and Speyside to citrus and smokey in the Lowlands and Islay.
After a short presentation about the different regions and types of whisky we were able to choose the one we would most like to try. I chose Speyside because I thought it had a great mix of sweet yet forest-like aromas.
... myself I wouldn't spend money on a lot of tours...but just could resist the bus. Especially since I knew the next day I'd be doing the Highlands tour and wouldn't spend anytime in the city. So I bit the bullet and bought a ticket. So glad I did; Edinburgh is a BEAUTIFUL city. Plus the live guide commentary was pretty fascinating. I liked hearing about the Road to London, which was literally the only way to get there way back in the day if you didn't go ...
... stadium-like seating, but this was not like any halftime show I've ever seen. First, Edinburgh Castle is a massive gray stone backdrop on which they shine colored lights in various patterns to highlight the particular act or band. Secondly, there is a distinct multi-cultural aspect to the show as musical and dancing groups from around the world performed. There were Zulu warriors from Africa, Maori dancers from ...
... to Shannon and then a short bus ride to Limerick. My first impression of Ireland.....well, they don't call it the Emerald Isle for nothing. Wow - it's really green. From the air, it is soooo obvious!
Oh! And I saved my big brown bag!!!! Well, at least for the rest of this trip hopefully! Nothing that a stapler and some tape couldn't fix! ...