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... along St. Andrew's University to the famous castle on the bluff to contribute to our inevitable castle fatigue. The weather was fantastic and view of sea impressive. Kids found a baby bunny, too...big success. War had reduced the castle to mostly rubble in the 1500s.
We had lunch at a nearby café whose claim to fame is that Prince William and Kate had coffee there once or twice. The ruins of the St. Andrew's Cathedral followed; there's not ...
... the most whirlwindy, exciting and emotional 365 days I have ever experienced - I am completely and utterly filled with absolute happiness and excited for what lies ahead this year.
Our trip to Budapest began on Thursday afternoon as we made our way to the Edinburgh airport. "We" refers to my flatmate Elisa, my friend Sarah that I met way back in September and with whom I have had lunch with every Tuesday since the first week of class and her friend Michelle, who I hadn't ...
... smiles on our faces. Before I knew it, it was time to gather up my stuff again and we headed back to the train station. In less than 36 hours we managed to do quite an impressive tour of the city (and had tasted quite an impressive array of delicious foods!) and the best part is we are only a couple hours apart so we will be reunited again soon!
The train ride back to Dundee (city near St Andrews with train station) went very smoothly and ...
The alarm was set for 5:30 a.m. for Donnie to go down and line up to see if he could get a slot playing on the Old Course. It goes without saying that I did not accompany him but went back to bed.
Oh, by the way, I looked up In His Life; The John Lennon Story and the character of John's best friend from the time he was young, Pete Shotton, was played by Neil Brannon. There was no picture of him on IMDB, so I'll believe our Magical Mystery ...
... of whiskey and then into a tasting room to learn about the different types of whiskey. Barrel ride interesting but could tell G was more interested in the tasting bit. We have an annoying American on our tour that sounds like Fozzie Bear (Muppets) each time he opens his mouth so we distance ourselves from him and a small child who wants to make noise each time the tour guide is trying to tell us something really interesting. Into the tasting room we go and ...