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... including the namesakes of Potter characters.
Just throwing this in as morbid lagniappe from the Greyfriars Church's cemetery. Shaking hands under a death's head. What personality or family member of a deceased loved one would select that for an eternal memorial. A macabre sense of humor. And what's that baby supposed to represent: looks like someone pulled it out of a Mardi Gras' King Cake.
Eureka! Tucked ...
A 1 hour flight to Edinburgh on twin propeller plane.
An ex hurricane from America is threatening to hit the south east UK sometime today but as we land it looks as thought it may just of headed north instead and come straight here.It is bucketing down.
We catch the airlink bus easily enough for £7 ...
... saw the Front of the Castle.
Then we headed back down Castle Hill to George IV Bridge Street. Before we got there we saw a side street that looked interesting and headed south down it. It came to an end at an elevated walkway along a sunken street which took us over the George IV Bridge Street. We headed south and found Greyfriar's Bobby, a statue of a terrier named Bobby who for 14 years guarded the grave of his master, John ...
... br> We then
followed Darren to the vaults under the South Bridge. Originally the vaults
were built in the arches of the bridge, but these are now only accessible
through the buildings that have been built in front of the arches. They were
originally used to provide storage and even used by some business as
shopfronts. They proved too wet as they were built out of lime stone and were
closed after only a couple of years, but used by the homeless, prostitutes ...
So this past week, Wednesday to Saturday, I went to Edinburgh, Scotland with Hannah. The city is beautiful and I loved all of the old buildings. We lucked out on the weather while we were there, sunny but a little chilly every day, and today as we were leaving it started to rain, we got out of there at the perfect moment. We flew from cork airport, a very tiny airport and easy to navigate and then landed in Edinburgh at 6:45 at night. The shuttle was a quick 25 minute ride ...