Alice in the Land of Ghosts and Castles: Scotland

Alice in the Land of Ghosts and Castles: Scotland

he’s in it 10th arrondissement that Alice grew up in and then lived in Paris : Canal Saint Martin, Place de la République, Rive Gauche, Pantheon and Jardin du Luxembourg were an integral part of his daily life. In its favorite neighborhood, we also find Gaute d’Or District.

After the November 2015 attacksAlice decides to leave the French capital despite her love for the city. Paris, now far away for Alice, permanently marked by these tests Which she claims to be a direct victim.

European in spirit and life (her partner is Polish), so she left Edinburgh Driven by the need to live in a culturally and architecturally rich city. And Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t always rain and it’s not as cold as you think. She rediscovers the aspects of Paris she knows in Edinburgh. She then drove 30 minutes to Dunfermline, one of the ancient capitals of Scotland.

The right to pitch is enshrined in the Scottish Constitution

Our history and architecture buffs are served in Scotland where the historical load is very strong, especially with castles. We believe a lot in fairies, elves, spirits. Communities of Druids still practice. Ghost stories are always told. Oral culture is still very strong. Far from being a tourist trap, these stories are still passed down from family to family.

Edinburgh has a great cultural and architectural heritage
Edinburgh has a great cultural and architectural heritage

are in scotland a true love for france, away from the clichés of arrogant Paris that can spread all over the world. a very strong ties between two countries, especially through a thousand-year-old political settlement “The Old Alliance” where the French and Scots extend a helping hand. So Alice’s arrival was given a very warm welcome.

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Alice on a walk with her family in the Scottish countryside
Alice on a walk with her family in the Scottish countryside

In the rest of our podcast, Alice looks back Scottish Gastronomy and the Famous Haggis (idea of ​​stuffed sheep). Unsurprisingly, like almost all of our guests since the start of the season, what they lack in Paris are croissants. we come back too French community in Scotland or even landscape. the landscape is so beautiful The right to walk is enshrined in the constitution.

Alice moves to Scotland after the November 2015 attacks
Alice moves to Scotland after the November 2015 attacks

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