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... wood carved stalls. This is the only Scottish chivalric order. Above each prickly stall is the current Knight’s colorful coat of arms. Above the coats of arms are flags, which makes the room festive and colorful.
Walking further down the Royal Mile, we pay attention ...
... in our eleven days in Europe during high Tourist Season. A lot. And I would just like to go on record as stating that I believe the most melodic and kindest accent on Earth may be that of the Scottish brogue. If blends right in with gently rolling hills and great stone castles. It is the perfect accompaniment to bagpipes, tartan plaid and misty rain. Whatever is being said, a Scottish brogue makes you want to hear more. It makes you smile.
... with its own green and bunkers. Patsy exceeds all expectations and does not have a single air-swing (missed shot) for the entire round. She even had a 4 on one hole. Sadly she had a few too many 6s, 7s and 8s but overall did a good job. Noel had a rusty 31 for the nine holes. It was really good fun though.
Following the golf, we decided to check out the arcade of shops that are located in the hotel. Small, exclusive shops offering ...
We spent the whole day touring Edinburgh. First, we went to the Edinburgh Castle and toured both the inside and the outside. The outside was made from stone and it was very beautiful. The castle contained multiple buildings and one of the rooms we toured held the crowns of the kings and queens of Scotland. We then visited the chapel of the castle, which is the oldest building in Scotland. It is almost 1,000 years old! After finishing the tour of the ...
... We walked down the Royal Mile and looked through the shops there and found our Edinburgh souvenir (we are collecting a christmas decoration from every city) and then spent some time walking around the city. We got a quick bite to eat and then headed to Vue Cinema to see The Hobbit - we had seen everything we wanted to in Edinburgh and ...