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... on, the population of the city doubles, the streets are packed with crowds everywhere, buskers and people handing out brochures for the various events. We watched 3 buskers and one in particular was superb-he had always wanted to be. He did most things and every time he dropped a ball etc, he'd say that he had dropped it and get the crowd to cheer and clap. He had great patter and used music throughout his show. His show was 40 minutes long but went so quickly 7 ...
... Her (good); and The Monuments Men (very good). One hour layover in Dubai then off to London. More waiting at Heathrow - a pilot's strike in Paris caused delays throughout Europe. Finally after some 25 hours I arrive at my apartment which is next door to a specialty single malt whiskey shop - Michael would have been ...
... not as adversarial as in the Australia, but very entertaining. The First Minister, Alex Salmond, is one of the best orators I have heard. Each one of his answers was convoluted and clever. And evasive.
We continued on and walked down the Royal Mile, which is shop after shop of tartan, cashmere and souvenir shops. And I went into several of them. We ...
... At the end of the Royal Mile is the Palace of Holyrood House, the Queen's official residence in Scotland. It was shut. So we carried on back into town. Quite possibly we didn't take the most direct route but we did make it and after a bit of a browse around the shops we had dinner at a quaint little traditional Scottish Mexican restaurant. Excellent food and we all loved it. After dinner we headed back to the Premier ...
... for 6 months.
Going to my landlord's Mum for Xmas lunch/tea/dinner - whatever you want to call it, and hopefully my friend (Lynn) will be here from Melbourne to join me there and for a few days - and Gorgeous Daniel and Friend from Berlin!
No more signs of snow :-( I suppose I should be grateful. (Had to check the spelling of that one - US, English? As this Webmail uses US spelling. And so it's 'grateful' - seems odd...)
Hope everyone is well.