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We began the day by stopping at Rosslyn Chapel. The carvings on this chapel are unbelievable and all the stories that go with each one. We made a detour to the east to see St. Andrew's. I don't know how anyone can get a decent score on the course it was so windy! We stayed the night in Perth at the Holiday Inn Express.
... you were everything was inside of the Cathedral. It was massive and must have been quite awesome back in it's glory days. We then headed to town centre to walk around and finally off to dinner followed up with delicious ice cream at the ice cream parlour voted #1 in all of Scotland. We have decided we are going back everyday as there were so many flavours to choose from and it was so ...
... Corn Palace in South Dakota) this turns out to be a significant place in Scottish History-no not the inventor of scones (yes, we actually asked). This castle is owned by an Earl (who is Treat Williams looks alike) and was the original home of the Stone of Scone (yes, that is what is advertised). Also known as the Stone of Destiny. We saw the original stone at the Edinburgh Castle with the Scottish Crown Jewels. It is what the first Scottish Kings ...
... was lovely and filling. More wandering of shops followed lunch including looking at a cute little bead shop before we headed back to the hotel bar where we had a relaxing drink while watching the Olympics. Afew hours later dad arrived back from his hard days fishing and we loaded up the car and went on our one hour drive to Edinburgh. Arriving in Edinburgh we found our hotel, checked in and went to grab some dinner before heading to ...
... coordinated schedule of busses, ferries, B & B's, trains, boats & car trips? Somehow she managed to arrange it all while Sheila and I were tackling our first ascent.
We drove to the base of the Sir William Wallace monument where we parked near a hilarious assortment of tour busses, a couple of pics will confirm this. Sir Wallace is better known in Canada as Braveheart or Mel Gibson. He was the Scottish freedom fighter who won the Battle of Stirling ...
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