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Just can't stay inside with this lovely weather, so we set out to finish walking the Water of Leith Walkway that we began exploring a year ago! The Water of Leith Walkway starts in Balerno and runs parallel to the Water of Leith River all the way to the ocean, about 13 miles away. We have biked the section from Balerno to the Union Canal, and walked from the Union Canal out to the ocean in 3 segments, two in the past week. Today we walked from the ...
... however, Scotland appears to have been chopped off completely.
Minds saturated with beautiful objects and unfamiliar names, we are in need of a short rest at the entrance foyer. It is mid-afternoon now and the place is filling up with children and their parents. One entire family is sitting sketching together. We take a last long look at the Lego model of the Forth Road bridge displayed there before plunging back into the fog outside.
... in the storyline, with the puppets and human characters completely ignoring the puppeteers. To assist in the illusion the puppeteers wear plain gray clothing, in contrast to the human characters' colorful costumes The show draws inspiration from Sesame Street with it's creator and four of the original cast members all part of the Sesame Street program, however Avenue Q officially disclaims any connection with either Sesame Workshop or The Jim Henson Company. From ...
... city, that's for sure. We've eaten across the road each night at the Ocean Terminal. There's mainly pizza/pasta places but we've eaten at the home made burger place, the ocean kitchen and wagamama. All delicious. We figured that as we're going to Italy, we'd wait to eat pasta and pizza there. We bought loads of sweets, etc to take home from M&S such as Percy Pigs and Dolly Mixture. ...
... in the background nearly every where you went. The mix of old and news was nearly startling and accents of the people was everything we'd hope it would be.
Rested in the afternoon then went to the "Taste of Scotland" banquet and show at Prestonfield House -- look it up on the internet if you're intrested. We got there early and walked ...