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Good morning and time to leave Edinburgh. Our lovely B&B The Walton, packed us little to go bags of orange juice a croissant and granola bar since we had to leave before they start breakfast. We called a cab to haul us to the train station at 8:30. Thank goodness Susan made some reserve seats because it was pretty full! We traveled to York about 2 1/2 hours and got off to see the town and had a good lunch along the river. It was a beautiful sunny hot ...
... traffic jam!! Bit sad that it was due to a car accident though..
-Realised just how small the world is when I walked into my hostel room in Copenhagen and took my raincoat off to reveal my hoody from the circus festival. The girl opposite me instantly asked if I did circus, and after some talking we worked out we both knew the same people back in Australia!!!
-I had a look around the area called Christiania in Copenhagen. It is a very 'different' area of ...
... think that given I have been living in London for three months...I would have seen London Bridge before TODAY!
Then it was off to the wet country side again and to unpack my bag.
And then here I am, fully unpacked and barely keeping my eyes open.
Keep your eyes peeled for tomorrows blog...it will be exciting!
... deep breath* the Oude Kerk, The Portuguese Synagogue, the Westerkerek, The Aaron and Moses Church and the Puginesque RC church cheek by jowel with the sparse Mennonite Church with wonderful installation. Besides a lot of walking due in no small part to my internal compass going on the fritz we managed to find our way with a little help from Kees our host to ...
... idiom "Herculian task") and about queen cleopatra.
We had coffee and cakes at a local coffee shop. Tejas enjoyed a cinnamon raisin roll with syrup and Tanvee savored a fairy cup cake. I had a wonderful much needed refreshing cappuccino.
Our next stop was the Kings college chapel. It took almost a century to build this chapel. The foundation stone was laid by Henry VI. The chapel is enormous ...