Six Brunton Place Guest House
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... with indiscriminate killing of the Clan chiefs and any other suspected Jacobites, to completely stamp out the chance of any further uprising. From that time on-the power of the Scottish clans was mainly lost.
After a sobering morning, wandering over the exact field where the battle took place and reflecting on the lives lost we cycled on for the afternoon, camping in a forest just outside Forres.
Next morning we visited the ruins ...
... however, Scotland appears to have been chopped off completely.
Minds saturated with beautiful objects and unfamiliar names, we are in need of a short rest at the entrance foyer. It is mid-afternoon now and the place is filling up with children and their parents. One entire family is sitting sketching together. We take a last long look at the Lego model of the Forth Road bridge displayed there before plunging back into the fog outside.
... and international arts festivals are hosted by the city. Most of these occur virtually simultaneously in August. The Edinburgh International Festival founded in 1947 and still seen as more "high-brow" than any of its offspring. Surprisingly, tickets are often priced more reasonably than for many Fringe shows. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is, as the name might suggest. This festival developed on the "Fringe" of the main International Festival and offers ...
... body type. Some are tall and thin, others tall and muscular, etc. The game is also great to watch because there are never any slow, boring times. It is a really rough game. The only other sport that I some-what follow is hockey. Besides the obvious, there are many differences to hockey and rugby. In hockey when someone gets hit, you are most likely to cringe a little bit and say 'ooooh!' or something similar. So as I am watching my first rugby game, ...
... did enjoy a late Devonshire tea after all our walking around the castle. Back on the hop on and off at Holyrood Palace - the Queen's home when she comes to Scotland. Janet and I enjoyed doing this together, while Dave and Paul sat outside the controversial Parliament House (built way way over budget). Fascinating place, especially seeing photos of recent events held in rooms we were standing in. Next stop lunch, followed by some business needing ...