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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... from one wife, than converted to Catholicism when he married his second wife and had a son James the VIII. Wanting to remain protestant, instead of granting the crown to his Catholic raised son, England gave the crown to his protestant daughter's(from first marriage) husband, William III of Orange-confused?? Wouldn't be surprised! Anyway this started a new royal lineage -which a lot of the Highland Scots weren't happy about and thus became known as ...
A rainy morning, and a good day to be inside, at the Bannockburn Visitor Centre. This is where Robert the Bruce defeated the English in 1314, a feat that eventually established lasting Scottish nationhood. Exploiting the marshy ground, Bruce won a great tactical victory against a much larger and better equipped force, and sent Edward II 'home again, tae think again' as the Flower of Scotland reminds us.
... and caught the Airlink Bus to the Zoo, it ended up being much cheaper than we anticipated. We arrived there after a 15 minute ride and were greeted by Lauren, a volunteer. She escorted us to a lawn area, where we were to perform. I whipped out my new loud amp and the kids delivered a very good performance to all the people in the surrounding area and we handed out our flyers, buttons, bracelets to all. Smiles all over!!!
We then proceeded to walk ...
Kathryn 17/5/2014 The reunification was an emotional moment, I exuberantly jumped off the train and into waiting arms. Dressed in the same get up and our massive backpacks we looked like two double headers on a collision course anyone in our way would have been obliterated. Quite impressed with the city scope and the dark Neolithic monuments splattered around the city we trundled down through the city catching glimpses of the occasional scot in kilt with bagpipe in hand. We didn't ...
I bought a bus ticket from the airport after getting through the 'red eye' flight from Dublin and made the 30 minute journey into the city centre of Edinburgh. Soon enough I caught my first glimpse of the castle riding aloft on the volcanic hill at the end of the Royal Mile. It looked mighty and imposing up on that hill, with the sun still rising steadily and shining down upon it, and the spires of nearby cathedrals and monuments piercing the skyline. The charm of Edinburgh ...