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... dignitaries; stops off for a visit in Edinburgh on her way to Balmoral Castle for the month of August each year. Despite the taped guide proclaiming splendor, I found this palace to be somber, with a quiet, gentle sort of royal feeling. There was an interesting collection of gifts, received by Queen Elizabeth from some of Britain's many Empire locations. And a hauntingly beautiful abbey ruin, dating from the 13th century, is still attached to the ...
... more poignant moment of the trip. The next day we headed up to the Orkney Islands and we went to the Tomb of the Eagles which was amazing I saw a lady holding a thousands of year old skull in her own very hand, we then went to into the neolithic tomb and were told how eagles were buried with it which made me think of Aboriginal culture and how we have our own totems and spiritual animals.
The next day we went to the standing ...
... John was pretty good at the game and got the best time so far that day for a successfully completed lap. When I tried my feet didn't really touch the pedals and I was always running into the walls. My time ran out before I could complete the lap.
Right before 1pm we left the museum to go to the castle. We wanted to see if the one o'clock cannon would sound more impressive if we were right next to it instead of across the city like yesterday. ...
... compared to Glasgow which receives 100". Rugby, football and cricket are the main sports in Scotland.
Golf started in Edinburgh in the 1400's. Shortly thereafter, The first 'laid-out' course began in Muscleburgh, east of Edinburgh. Today the Muscleburgh golf course is located right in the middle of a race horse track and closed when horse racing is taking place.
We began our drive to St Andrews which is located about 1.5 hrs north ...
... BEFORE getting all that info. Actually -- it was informative but a bit stinky.
Then to the Whisky Experience. Was a lot like an adult version of "Chocolate World" with scotch whisky (no "e" in scotch whisky). Informative and tasty.
With more than a few souvenir shops in the middle we had dinner in a nice pub. Meat pies, fish and chips, (who know they had a vegetarian version of fish and chips that tasted ...