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Winter Drive Narrow Road Sidlaw Hills Perthshire Scotland [02:12]
Tour Scotland video of a Winter drive on a narrow Scottish road on visit to the Sidlaw Hills above Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire. These are a range of hills of volcanic origin in the counties of Perthshire and Angus in Scotland that extend for 30 miles from Kinnoull Hill, near Perth, north east to Forfar Law is a Lowland Scots word of Old English origin meaning a hill which rises sharply from the surrounding land. The element ' sid ' probably derives from the Scottish Gaelic sidhe, meaning fairy or sacred, referring to the prehistoric cairns still visible on various of the hills, claimed in folklore as the habitations of supernatural beings. Principal peaks within the Sidlaws include Ark Hill and King's Seat. Points of interest include Dunsinane Hill, mentioned in Shakespeare's play Macbeth, and Auchterhouse Hill, which was the site of an ancient hill fort. The ruined observatory on Kinpurnie Hill was built by James Stuart-Mackenzie who owned the Kinpurnie estate.
George Sharp Gravestone Kilrenny East Neuk Of Fife Scotland [00:31]
Tour Scotland video of the George Sharp gravestone in the churchyard in Kilrenny on visit to East Neuk Of Fife. George Street in Cellardyke is named after George who was a Provost in that fishing village.
British Airways Flight BA 283 Inflight and Greenland (G-CIVK) VIDEO 2 OF 3 [08:13]
Route Maps: 0:00 Isle of Skye and Scotland: 0:30 First Meal Service: 1:08 Greenland: 1:29 Mid-flight Cabin and Contrail Views 3:28 Landfall in North America: 3:46 Views over Canada and US: 4:24 Second Meal Service: 5:50 Views over Southern US: 6:14 Las Vegas: 6:54 Second Meal Service: 5:49 Our routing took use sharply north after departure, heading up on the west side of Great Britain and exiting by the Isle of Skye. We then flew south of Iceland, where the first meal service of Chicken Filet with Mashed Potatoes or Tortiglione with Pesto was offered. Served one hour and twenty minutes into the flight, both meals came with a sort of vinaigrette pasta salad, bread roll split into two types of bread, butter, cream, Passion Fruit Posset, Highland Springs water, a drink, coffee or tea, and plastic cutlery. The flight path then took us over a mostly clear Greenland, entering the East coast around (64.246, -40.922). We then continued over the featureless and cloudless vastness of Greenland for about half an hour before exiting the West coast just south of Godthäb/Nuuk. Then we continued south making landfall in North America by Ungava Bay. The flight path then took us through the Ungava Peninsula and across the southern Hudson Bay, and the northernmost Belcher Islands, making landfall just east of Winisko. The flight then continued into the United States, passing over the northernmost part of Minnesota and the Lake of the Woods before continuing into North Dakota and passing ...
EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2011 [06:00]
Scenes from the 2011 Edinburgh Festival Fringe along "The Royal Mile"
Tags: Edinburgh Festival Fringe, pipe band, piper, clasach, harp, brass band, drumming, choir, street entertainers, folk singer, Scotland, Tourism, Scottish, live music