Six Brunton Place Guest House
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... that her sentence had already been carried out and if God chose to bring her back to life then she was free to go. Maggie later opened the pub where it still stands today.
We also had fun looking at all the Greek style architecture around the city from columns, sphinxes and even a replica Acropolis which were all built to show Edinburgh as the 'Athens of the North!'
The weather in Scotland is something else. This ...
... 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 ...
... are unbelievable! Anything you want, you can surely find one as Nessy the monster. Any yes, I did buy a trashy key ring!!
We then drove to the actual lake to look for something….anything.
Interesting though, the Loch is the largest and deepest Loch (lake) in the UK, 235 m deep, it can fit ever human in the world 3 times over! Although we didn’t see any heads or tails sticking out of the water, we did see some unusual ripples ...
... to stand on decks used by royalty.
Boarding the bus the group headed back into Edinburgh city and the Old Town. The nearly 1,000 year old Edinburgh Castle sits majestically above the streetscape on a dormant volcanic rock. The Royal Mile (High Street) stretches from Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland to Edinburgh Castle and is lined with shops, restaurants and ...
... later, his daughter, Mary Queen of Scots, were born there. For the first time, I really understood why Mary Queen of Scots had such a strong claim to the English throne, and why, in spite of her execution by Elizabeth I, her own son, James VI of Scotland succeeded Elizabeth to the throne of England and ultimately both countries after Union. In the absence of a legitimate heir from Henry VIII, his sister Margaret and her off-spring were next in line to ...