Videos tagged with "highlights"
Scotland part 15 [13:10]
This is #15 in a 17-part series of a bicycling trip to Scotland my husband Kevin and I took in July 2009. Here are highlights from our 6-night voyage from Southampton to NYC on the Queen Mary 2.
Tags: Scotland, bicycling, Queen Mary 2, Britannia Restaurant, Queens Room, Atlantic ocean, promenade deck, John Maxtone-Graham, high tea, Tom Hanks, scones, bridge lookout, planetarium
St Andrews Festival 2009 Highlights [01:42]
Highlights of the Son et Lumière show at St Andrews cathedral during the St Andrews Festival 2009. Featuring the foundation story of St Andrews, including the arrival of the relics of St Andrew and the adoption of the St Andrew's cross, or saltire, as the symbol of Scotland. Original artwork by Jurek Putter. Video John Stewart. Music: Vir Perfecte, a 13th century song to St Andrew performed by the Choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. Imitator/Jesu Christi/sub crucis patibulo/nos Andrea /fac consortes celi contubernio Andrew/who imitated Jesus Christ/under the yoke of the cross/make us partakers of the fellowship of heaven
Tags: St Andrews, Scotland, St Andrews Festival, St Andrew's Day, Scotland's Celebration, St Andrews Cathedral, Medieval music, the Home of Golf, photography John Stewart
Isle of Lewis / Harris - April 2009 - (anne and ike hebridean trip - rough cut video 2) [04:09]
Spent a week on the Isle of Lewis and Harris... this video is a run through of that week, in images, changing every 0.6 seconds to the sounds of Country by Space Raiders. It's a rough cut but looks sweet enough and is worth a view if you want to see the highlights of the island including Leurbost Loch, Luskentyre and Northton beaches
Tags: isle of lewis, stornoway, ikeofspain, hebrides, scotland, islands, uk, holiday, animated images, slideshow
Burns night - Addressing of the haggis [06:07]
This video was taken at a charity Burns Night event organised by Steve Ackiling for the Rainbows Childrens Hospice in Loughborough. This was the addressing of the haggis which was one of the highlights of the night. Watch in 1080p full HD for the best quality.
Tags: Rainbows, childrens, hospice, burns, night, charity, addressing, haggis, scottish, scotland, steve, ackling
Cream teas and Scottish weather - Glasgow, United Kingdom (train from york to haworth, scotland) [01:06]
A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Glasgow, United Kingdom by TravelPod blogger Kristinb. See this TripWow and more at tripwow.tripadvisor.com Cream teas and Scottish weather "York and Glasgow - how many cream teas can one eat?! Have had a lovely time since I left Germany the other day, just visiting friends and generally doing not very much! London feels sort of like home, especially as I stay with a good friend there, and it is a bit of a novelty to be in a place again where I can understand and make myself understood. I have just returned to London after a four day excursion, with two days in York, and two days in Glasgow staying with friends and family. York was charming and very beautiful, and we did a day trip out to Haworth, the town where the Bronte sisters grew up and wrote their novels. Glasgow was also charming, with beautiful buildings, but a more "don´t look those teenagers in the eye, they will probably knife you" kind of feel. Here are my highlights and lowlights of York, Haworth and Glasgow: - Yorkminster, the gorgeous gothic cathedral. Loved the crypt, which was contains many Roman ruins. - The ghosts in Treasurer's House (York). The ghosts are a roman army who rode and marched through a wall under the house in front of a terrified young workman in the 1950s. His descriptions have apparently been verfied by historians as accurate for soldiers at the end of the Roman occupation of the area, and the cellar of the house where he saw the ghosts ...
Tags: scottish teas, scottish weather glasgow, scottish cream tea, cream tea glasgow, scottish cream teas, train from york to haworth, scottish weather, pictures of cream tea, bronte bridge, glasgow sign, bronte parsonage, sign on bus, peoples palace glasgow, h