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Endless Walk In Edinburgh City

After our meal, we did some walking again before the shops closed for the day!  (Didn't I say it is nice to travel and at the same time, losing some weight?  :) 

This time we walked to another row of streets leading to the main road....
The cars are parked in the middle of the road....
Similar statues along every intersection...
and down to the Main Road where the Happening is....
Let's take a picture of the shopping bags!
Mine only one..... small bag! 
at the intersection going to the City Hall...
or is it the Gallery Hall...
I forgot..gosh!
  
Maybe Aaron can tell me... which is which... 
a long way to walk ....
 Part of the China troup... :)
Peter and Paul again....
Along the main road...the trees are still barren...
Well, I couldn't walk much then...
Need to take a seat and rest for awhile..
And enjoy the cold wind... bbbrrrrrrrrr...

Comments

  1. Wow everywhere is so clean! And their buildings and architecture are simply amazing!

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  2. Love the photos! And the cold weather! : )

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  3. it's perfectly fine to walk with such nice weather right?? unlike walking under 38°C in Malaysia which i call it torturing, haha.. besides, you can see more things when you walk on the street.. :)

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  4. So what is The Gallery Hall? Did you go in?

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  5. Beautiful! So this long walk brought about all the pain. I can't walk too much either. Old liao!

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  6. Thanks for sharing your pictures. Enjoy looking at the beautiful scenery. How are you now? Hope everything is fine.

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  7. the view of the city is simply magnificent. Love it!

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  8. well if the view you'll see in wlaking will be that awesome! i probably would walk all day long

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  9. Nice pictures....a nice weather to walk around.

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  10. Nice walk! I like to walk the whole stretch of Princess street in Edinburgh.

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