Sunday, January 20, 2013

I went to Edinburgh

I went to Edinburgh. It's the capital city of Scotland. It's not the biggest city in Scotland. It's like Canberra in Australia, it's not the biggest city there neither. Nor is Ottawa here. It's the capital city and not the biggest one. That was disappointing when I was younger, but I didn't mind now. Edinburgh is dead nice and very old. Lots of nice buildings. It is grey in colour but not depressing. I only saw two chip shops. There were no council estates in the city centre. The buses were very punctual. The best city I ever went to was Paris, it was class. Edinburgh wasn't a patch on it, but it didn't matter. I like Belfast better. I'm not sure, but I don't think they serve curry chips in Edinburgh. I didn't ask, but I'm sure they don't. I ate haggis twice. It was lovely. Edinburgh is great though. I would go back. The people were nice. We went to a cafe for breakfast and had nice food. The man there who owned it was musclebound. He was dead on. We were talking and he told a joke about two cows in a field. He said how do you know which one was on holiday. It was the one with the "wee calf" ( week off). I told a joke about why were 50p pieces shaped like they were. So you could use a spanner to get them off a Scotsman. Everybody laughed. It was a bit insulting though.

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