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... around it and a beautiful garden. I could live there easily with only a staff of three, one of whom would be a gardener, of course. The next stop, around the palace were the ruins of a 12th century abbey. Many construction problems in the following years, as well as destructive raids from those pesky English were its eventual downfall. What remains is a very romantic and picturesque setting. As Dave and I exited the grounds, we then realized we ...
... will give me a perspective on Western Capitalism which I am on the edge of articulating. Watching the development of Conservative policies over the past two years, watching the hard fought achievements of the 20th century being eroded in favour of an Edwardian perspective on privilege, education, social welfare, and health care, I know something needs to be done by the left, but the correlation of social welfare with a large central state may not be one ...
... br> This is the official residence of the Queen when staying in Edinburgh and is the place where investitures for the order of the royal thistle are taken.
In the grounds of the Palace is an Augustine abbey long, but the ruins show what a magnificent building it must have been with its well carved columns and intricate stone carvings.
When we had finished wandering around the Palace we took a stroll through ...
... long we were in Selkirk and lost. Another B road took us back to the A707 and north to Rosslyn Chapel, made famous in the Davinci Code. The chapel is smaller than the film would suggest and has a history which is far more intriguing than that presented by Hollywood. The weather continued to be fickle. We stopped for a pint in Roslin and then headed in to Edinburgh. Heavy traffic ...
... claim. We caught the city link bus into Edinburgh and a while later
hopped off at the bus station which was right next to our backpackers. The
backpackers we were staying at (St Christopher’s Inn) is a really decent hostel,
you get breakfast for free, 2 pound ciders and its in the middle of the city so
Ruby and I were sorted for our two nights there. That afternoon we spent our
time getting our bearings and making a plan of what we wanted ...
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