Friday, 31 January 2014

Edinburgh, the enlightenment walk with Stuart Usher (3rd part) - The 25th of January 2014 (morning)


We had to look for shelter under some arcades as the rain kept on pouring down whilst we listened attentively to the story of the taming of Bucephallus, the horse of Alexander the Great, considered one of the most famous horses of Antiquity, whose statue we could see right in front of where we were standing.

We then walked into a rather interesting pub, "Jinglin Geordie", located in a narrow down town street, where we had a drink and rested for a while in a semi covered inner courtyard pertaining to the pub until we set off  for the last part of our guided walk - The Scottish  National Gallery.

(To be continued)

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