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... standout is how they go about making themselves, the best ******* sheep on the planet or the best sheepdog the world has to offer.
everyday you leave the house and walk the streets with other humans, even if you don't acknowledge the existence of any people around you, you are still within touching distance of people from all walks of life.
what is scary about this is, one of these people who you know nothing about, could within minutes, hours or ...
... is in a very cool old building, but
unfortunately neither of us appreciated the displays much. I’d hoped there
would be some sculpture, but it was strictly paintings. We got the Hop On Hop
Off bus to see some of the city on the way to another museum. The city is very
pretty, and very old. Most buildings are only 3 stories tall and have all sorts
of architectural details. There are so ...
... streets to explore, we planned to get the hop on hop off bus but missed it by a minute as we were waiting at the lights as it drove by. Ok, let's go into the gardens. They were beautiful, really well laid out and very pretty. It seems that we are probably a couple of weeks too early to see the best of the spring flowers and trees. Lots of bulbs and the cherry blossom but there is so much more to come.
We then went across the road to what we ...
... the other room, thinking it was 5am or something (pitch dark outside....nope blinds were just closed) it was really nearly 11! I got myself together and we made the worst decision of the weekend...Brazilian food for breakfast/lunch after a night out. I learned quickly that Brazilian was hard to stomach let alone with a moderate to severe hangover (just envisioned a commercial for Brazilian food with the disclaimer that says "if you ...
... I knew if I took my boots off I would never put them on again) to the landlord's recommendation, the Sherbrooke Castle Hotel, where, would you believe it, there was a reception for the same wedding party (or at least the same kilts) as we had seen outside the Hunterian while we were sitting pondering our route! We love the way Scots wear their kilts proudly and without embarrassment on occasions when anyone else in the ex-Commonwealth would wear suits. Duncan wears his ...