Robert Burns

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celebrated Scottish poet (1759-1796)


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Robin did this rhyme in a Scottish accent as Robbie Burns.
All 15 rooms and suites have been named after Scottish heroes - including Robert the Bruce, Robbie Burns and even Sir Alex Ferguson.
A hundred yards further, the scent of burning sweet grass reaches a statue of Robbie Burns, whose words engraved on the pedestal capture a spirit with which the elders would surely agree:
NEXT Friday is the anniversary of the birthday of Scotland''s most famous poet, Robbie Burns, and to celebrate, foodies around the world will be tucking into a tasty Burns Night supper.
Robert Burns - also known as Robbie Burns, Scotland's favourite son, the Ploughman Poet, Robden of Solway Firth, the Bard of Ayrshire and in Scotland as The Bard - was a Scottish poet and lyricist.
Famous cocktails first made there include The Robb Roy, The Bronx & The Robbie Burns.
The meal that is coming up this week is of course to celebrate Robbie Burns, born 253 years ago on January 25.
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Burns opined that whiskey and freedom gang thegither; thus spirits, revelry, flirtation and amorous pursuits of the lads and lassies are fittingly all part of a Robbie Burns fete.
The Daily Mail this week reported claims by food historian Catherine Brown that the combination of sheep's innards, oatmeal and onion was being eaten south of the border as long ago as 1615--more than 150 years before it was famously eulogised by Scots PR pioneer Robbie Burns.
It is also 250 years since the birth of Robbie Burns - an event marked by David Austin's launch of Tam o' Shanter, an old rose hybrid, with a gracefully arching habit, with its flowers opening all along the length of the stems.
Robbie Burns put it all in perspective when he uttered the immortal words "if we could see ourselves as others see us.
HAGGIS FOR ALL: There'll be complimentary haggis on the table Tuesday through Thursday when attendees arrive for the annual Robbie Burns birthday celebration dinners at the Tam O'Shanter Inn, 2980 Los Feliz Blvd.