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Other Sights From Around Europe


Random Shit from Europe.

This picture didn't turn out as cool as I thought it would, but still, it's a nice picture. (The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh)

Did I mention I love this city? (Edinburgh, from Edinburgh Castle)

The park next to Prince's St. with the Sir Walter Scott monument on the left, and the Balmoral Hotel on the right, Edinburgh.

The Forth Rail Bridge, a miracle of 19th Century engineering, connecting Edinburgh to the 'Kingdom' of Fife across the Firth of Forth. No, I'm not making these names up. The Forth Rail Bridge is constantly being painted so it won't rust. (Photo: Nick)

(Glen Affric, west of Loch Ness, Scotland)

(Glen Affric, west of Loch Ness, Scotland)

The British Parliment building, complete with the line up to file past the Queen Mum lying in state. At this point, there was an eight hour wait in line.

The line to see the Queen Mother. Still an eight hour wait.

British Parliment. No standing in line.

The British Millenium Bridge, with St. Paul's Cathedral in the background. It was on this bridge that I yelled at my dad to quit his fucking whinging and take some responsibility for how things if he didn't like them.

The Eiffel Tower, which changes colors over the course of a day.

The crowded tangle of the Left Bank, viewed from Notre Dame. You can see the Pantheon on the left, and the Sorbonne and the Boul' Mich' on the right. (Paris)

If the thought EVER crosses your mind that 'hey, it'd be cool to make my way across the largest roundabout in the world,' take my advice, and DON'T. This is probably the closest I've come to having that, 'An American tourist was killed today when...' story written about me. (The Arc D'Triomphe, Paris).

These people are obviously following the Angel of Victory because she scares the shit out of them. Either that, or they're intrigued by how much leg she's showing. (The Arc D'Triomphe, Paris.)

Some great graffiti in Barcelona, as viewed from the top of the Parc Gueil.

A house by Antonio Gaudi, trying to blend in with its neighbors. (Barcelona).


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