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... invasions endured over the many years. At 1pm a gun is fired indicating the time in sinc with the the timeball tower overlooking the bay in the distance.
The boys loved the dungeons and prisons filled with stories of hardship living under the castle. Of course we heard stories of the many kings and queens that ruled Scotland from behind the castle ...
... rooms created in me a new appreciation for what Mary must have gone through. You get to walk through the rooms where she ate and slept, and where her secretary whom she may have been sleeping with was dragged out and killed right in her apartments by Mary's second husband. There's a spot in the room where Mary's secretary was killed that's marked out, and the wood on the floor underneath the note is deep red. Is it the blood of the murdered man? Spoooooky!
... I have met have helped to make this the best holiday I could ever of believed possible. I have been taken into Tina and Robert's home and Nerissa and Peter's home as part of their family and for this I am grateful and feel very blessed. For the experiences Julie has given me, taken me to places, shared her memories and showed me so much while I have been here, I am so thankful and if our friendship can withstand ...
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Rosslyn Chapel was an extraordinary Chapel, steeped in so much history - the carved pillars had to be seen to be believed , many had been carved by different stone masons which cause jealousy and murder.
In recent times the Chapel has undergone huge restoration which led to much of the Movie `The Da Vinci Code' being filmed here
... Holyroodhouse, (the queens house in edinburgh) and experienced scottish bagpipers, the fringe, which turned out to be a comedy festival (we think we have one in Adelaide) and it was fantastic. Lots of street entertainment, theatre and free comedy acts in lovely bars and underground cellars. Lots of walking and good food and a couple of days later we were on our way to the highlands.
We arrived in ...