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... was a town full of wool mills originally, built along the Jed River. Our driver/guide Eric sang a Scottish ballad about the sun for us as we drove along. One of the roads we travelled on this morning the A696 was a great road for bikes. Lots of bikes today but mostly British and sports bikes, not many Harleys in the UK Jenni. We drove through some very beautiful countryside today and visited three different sections of Hadrian's Wall from the east to the ...
... 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 ...
... favorite television shows – Ripper Street - which is shown on
BBC-America. It provides an interesting
depiction of life in London’s lower class neighborhood, the East End, during
the1880s. The inclusion of this show made my flight.
This afternoon was spent walking through the central part of
Edinburgh where folks where pushing theatrical shows that make up the famous “fringe
festival”. . One ...
... After this we found a slightly less midge-ridden place at the Falls of Dochart in Killin, not quite so stunning as the water level was down. We then decided it was time to head towards Edinburgh and we would reluctantly have to leave the wilderness behind, I think we were both experiencing a little bit of melancholy, however there was absolutely no need... Scott had suggested stopping at the Falkirk Wheel, an amazing piece of modern ...
... portions they give are huge! I felt bad not finishing my meal (worrying that the waitress would think I was being rude) but it was so filling. By the time we got back to the hotel the kids (and the chaperones) were ready for bed. I think some of our boys (who didn't sleep at all on the way here) were out cold shortly after 9:00 pm. Still getting used to the vehicles being on the wrong side. It's such a hard habit to ...