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... the 20th Cashmere, tartan and tweed shops we decided that we owed ourselves a stop for lunch. At the end of the Royal Mile is the new Scottish Parliament. We took time to wander around and have a look. It is very modern and interesting. In light of what happened yesterday in Ottawa, it is interesting to reflect on the security at the Scottish Parliament. There was only one ...
... for the regular store as it was on special.
With only a little bit of time to kill before we got to meet up with Jess we just strolled the shops around Waverly Station.
Once we met up with Jess we came to the conclusion we MUST wall up the Hill in Holyrood Park.
We did. I am in fit.
After this we got awesome Lebanese food. So yummy.
We then got ...
... of making the vellum (from sheepskins), creating the vivid colors and painting the detailed designs. There were also two huge, beautiful quilts that had been made and donated by individual women to highlight the Gospel illustrations...also works of art.
Besides the remains of the abbey, there is also a small castle, built in the 1500's and later bought and remodeled in the Arts and Crafts style around 1901 to make a nice little home ...
... The old city is designed as it was in the early part of the city's history.......lots of curved roads and hills and city blocks that are almost any shape but square! Our first stop of the morning was to see Holyrood Palace. This is the official residence of the Queen when she is in Edinburgh. The palace sits opposite Edinburgh Castle on the street known as the Royal Mile. Along this stretch of road you'll find ...
... would have walk ways that wrap around them so people can get to the top stories. They were built in a steep hill so when they were built over the top of the hill had all of its buildings demolished and then they built straight out from that point so all the houses lower down on the hill were preserved. It was really cool walking around there and seeing these streets and buildings from like the 1500s. They weren't perfectly preserved but you could get the idea of what ...