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... we walked around you could hear the organist practicing. We also saw the statue of John Knox. After the cathedral, we started walking down the street, stopping to see an all girl a cappella group, The Oxford Belles. Jean also was handed a flyer for a free improv show at 3:00. We continued on to the John Knox's house. The house was built by a goldsmith, James Mossman, who made the Royal Crown we had seen earlier. The house was used by Knox after Mossman was executed after ...
... in Scotland. Over one thousand years of history sit on top of the famous Edinburgh rock. . . . People have always sought a safe refuge, and the volcanic rock that forms the base of Edinburgh Castle has always afforded the ultimate safe and defensive position in Edinburgh. Fierce Iron Age warriors defended a hill fort here, and the nation's oldest poetry tells of a war band feasting here for a year before riding to their deaths in ...
... here for a bit before moving into another little pub which was kids slow and boring. (Another free shot on arrival) danced a bit in here and spent time chatting in the loo. Then I was feeling tired so danced a bit and when everyone left I walked back tithe hostel. Thought I was a bit lost and I was very tried but got back all right and brushed my teeth. I got into bed as quiet as I could. Plugged my phone into the computer to charge and ...
... spices. Our Haggis was served in a round puck like shape on top of turnips and potatoes, which they call “nips” and tatties”. There was a ceremony that proceeded the serving of this food item, and it included the reading or the famous Scottish writer, Robert Burns’ poem “Address to a Haggis”. It almost appeared to look like a can of cat food on the plate, and I imagined it to be about the same consistency. ...
Man, writing this so late now...more than two weeks back in Melbourne but what to say about this amazing city? Well, just off the bat let me just say of all it's the most atmospheric, a combination I think of the tall gloomy buildings, that magnificent castle perched on the ancient volcano and the rainy weather =P. It's no wonder JK Rowling got so much inspiration from this city. Anyways, I highly recommend it, doesn't have the glamour and it's ...
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