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... Maddie H, performed a fun tenor drum bit with some of her school friends that featured some pop music and some traditional. It was very popular and she won the tenor division.
The overall winner was snare drummer from Ireland who was breathtakingly great. I think his name was Gareth McLees. I am sure there will be video on line at some point.
A very entertaining afternoon. It was hosted by a world champion tenor drummer Tyler Fry. He has been ...
... called the “Royal Mile,” which is lined with all sorts of shops, cafes and restaurants, beautiful cathedrals and tearooms and goes straight up the hill to Edinburgh Castle at the other end. When I was 14, I toured Edinburgh Castle on the day that J.K. Rowling held a press conference there shortly after one of her Harry Potter books came out. I remember seeing her signing autographs and getting in her black car and being driven off. ...
... view was spectacular. Thanks a lot.
I grabbed lunch at a really nice pub that offered a two course lunch for 5.95GBP, which is quite a good deal. My belly full, I moved on to explore an area of town that the gallery worker had told me was quite nice. I must have missed it, but I ended up in a giant park. Walking through the park I happened upon the Glasgow People's Palace. Built in 1898 in order to attempt to bring some culture to the overcrowded and downtrodden neighborhood ...
... turned out she was serious! Apparently, there's almost a little American obsession among many people there, as evidenced by a NASA sweatshirt I saw in a Topshop, the sandwich shop we passed (picture to follow) and the amount of dollar-sign themed clothes and jewelry I saw everywhere. For the first time in a long time, I was the one with an accent. (Italy doesn't really count because English is nobody's mother tongue here.) And people really seemed to like it!
... a word he said. Train, bus then ferry from Cairnryan to Belfast. Sun shinning blue sky and a smooth crossing. It doesn't get better than this. The ferry was overrun with face painted fairies and pirates. Nooooo not gay men. .... Young children......there a Pirates and Princess special on board today. And beer drinking truck drivers what an easy way to travel and cheap. £29 from Glasgow to Belfast Port. Arrive at ...
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