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... br abp="1160">back to the hostel and then 2 of them and I went to a club. On the subway
though, we came across these drunk guys who sang me happy birthday and made a
huge fuss! I have no idea who they are or where the video ended up haha!Was not my intention, but it was really good. We danced and
met some other lovely folk…and that is about all I can remember.We got in at 3:30am when the sun way beginning to show.Lisa xo
... buildings. Continued on to the Cathedral - different to Dublin - seemed much older and darker - sandstone quite dark with pollutants. Restoration work just beginning. Huge stained glass windows and an enormous underground crypt area. Also walked around the nearby Necropolis - some very elaborate tombs and memorial statues. Necropolis on a hill so also had lovely views over the Cathedral. From there we ...
... if there was a band of hairy Scotti waiting to drop rocks on your head from above. A middle, wide, level, where you feel the court must have gathered, is now inhabited by a herd of happy black goats dozing in the sun. Probably no hairier than the original inhabitants.
Finally, on the next-to-last level, there is a flat rock with some carvings and a size six footprint, quite deep, into which the King would put his own foot at his enthronement in ...
While our stay in Edinburgh may have come to end, we still had a night in Glasgow, Scotland planned. Ali was going to greet us at the train station in the morning when our train got in leaving us a whole day to tour Glasgow. That plan changed when we ran into some "technical" difficulties at the train station. For some unknown reason the machines wouldn't let us print out our tickets so we ...
... if a square, black pudding fried, bacon, eggs and our new favourite POTATO SCONES!
That day we accompanied Alan and Fee's family (and his son Euan) to Balloch Park which is the surrounds at Loch Lomond. Beautiful park with a castle and a track which you can walk around the Loch. We met pretty much his entire family and we felt just like part of them eating fish and chippies.