Ingleneuk Bed And Breakfast
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... back and delve into the complicated history of Scotland and England's Kings and Queens, where cousins married cousins and the religious divide between Catholics and Protestants. It took me the good part of a day to get my head around all the connections!!
The short of it was, that James VII of Scotland but also known as James II of England (by this time England and Scotland had one king between them) was originally protestant and gave birth to ...
... was at its height and we had rather discounted the later Ming as just bling. Here however we find many very beautiful works of art: silk paintings; bowls with glowing glazes and restrained patterns; complex and tasteful embroideries; a meticulous architects' drawing of the Forbidden City; a tiny, life-sized cicada in gold, sitting on a delicate jade leaf. It may be largely imitative of earlier more creative periods, and there is an admixture of the ...
... conditions led to many rich people leaving the city for London. In 1752 a leaflet was printed to try to encourage the wealthy to stay in the city. Over ten years later the competition to design a New Town, to attract the wealthy back to Edinburgh, was launched. The winner was James Craig, whose design inspired the New Town's grid like system of streets (including Princes Street and Queen Street, named to celebrate the Act of Union). Building began in 1767 and, what ...
... photos when we are zipping by.
One of the stops we had this afternoon, they had complimentary whisky tasting. One of the samples had been mixed with honey and so was very sweet - not to my taste at all.
We bought some take-away food on the way back to accommodation. Kaye thinks she is coming down with a cold, which would be a shame. Back to the room and another whisky sample.
... I was also laughing though.. This tiny 60m tall ride, spinning around.. and I was scared.. What the heck?! But in my defense, the ride was set up at the top of a hill, so when looking out you feel a lot taller. Another scary factor was that There was a really tall building to one side of the ride that I swear, if I was any taller, my feet would be hitting it every time we spun around it. Either way, it was a great day that was filled with many moments that ...