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    Scotland seems like a great place for us to travel to - Fingal’s Cave is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staff, one of the Inner Hebrides islands which skirt the western coast of Scotland. The immense arch-roofed cave creates a melodic, haunting echo of waves within its cathedral-like atmosphere; something so impressive Romantic Poets John Keats, William Wordsworth, and Alfred, Lord Tennyson all made journeys here; as well as Her Majestic Queen Victoria. The cave’s Gaelic name is Uamh-Binn, meaning “cave of melody.” (image by scuba dooba on flickr) “Her Majestic Queen Victoria” Regardless of the honored personages it would be wonderful to get to see a place like this in person. It’s like a patchwork, cobbled together out of stone. No doubt there must be some fantastic myths associated with it.

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