Edinburgh Metro Hostel
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... word berserk.
The ancient harp reminds us of the Brian Boru harp we saw at Trinity College in Dublin. Its carved wooden display table is the perfect presentation piece for the harp.
What I would give to have this magnificent wooden sculpture of St. Andrew in my ...
Having a great time so much to see here. Edinburgh & the surrounding countryside is really picturesque. Drove out to a lovely little walled Harbour called "Cove" (photos on FB) really warm with orange sand from the rocks. Then on to a fishing village Dunbar for fish & chips with brown sauce (a scots thing). Followed by Tantallon Caste on the cliff top overlooking the sea. Quite an amazing location. Went to see a comedy show at the fringe that night, really funny guy Daniel ...
(To be read with a strong Scottish accent) Celebrating Hogmanay (New Years) in Scotland was my first time travelling by myself. I have to admit, on the first night before my tour had started, I was feeling very lonely sitting in the hostel by myself after exploring as much of Edinburgh as I can before darkness, wind and rain drove me back inside. But once the meet and greet started for the tour that night, I felt more at ease. We went on a pub ...
... answers are vapid and rehearsed and literally I could listen for hours because I love her so so much. I felt like the audience was attracted to the Wooster Group in the same way as I am to my favorite pop star and it made me furious because it would be "ok" for them because the Wooster Group has a reputation that would make them look intellectual whereas I would just be a stupid pop fan. But we are all stupid pop fans.
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... the subjects in paintings depicting the Highlands and Edinburgh.
We headed back to the hotel to meet up with everyone before leaving for dinner. We ate at Pizza Express because it was on the way to the Literary Pub Crawl we had tickets for at 7:30. We were just expecting typical pizza fare but were pleasantly surprised. Nikki and I both ordered a salad that had spinach, butternut squash, ...