Merith House Hotel
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... the Great Hall, the Royal Palace, the Scottish Honors (Crown Jewels) and an exhibition of the crowning of Scottish kings and queens. Luckily, there were no queues, apparently it can take up to 25 minutes to see the Honors during busy times.
The building off the Square is the Scottish National War Memorial for Fallen Servicemen. Every Scottish regiment is represented within the building and books record the names of every soldier who has died during active service.
... He now basks in all the attention, even commanding it. This brings me to my particular episode. Now Sas loves butter, so whenever I make toast with butter he begins to beg. Not until today did I give into him, and once I did that it was all over. He started testing me on other things. Like opening the front door because he looked like he wanted to go out. Only to find that he just want to sit in front of the open door. ...
For all its length, this train journey only had five stops along the way. Each only lasted a few minutes before the train moved onward. The carriage that I was sitting in turned out to have the cafe at the rear of it, so I was able to grab a toasted ham and cheese sandwich and a cup of tea at about the three hour mark.
While most of the stops were unremarkable, the final stop before Edinburgh was quite different. The town of Berwick-upon-Tweed in ...
... This is also where we will be bringing in 2014!!!
We drove up to Calton hill where we had a great view of Edinburgh city. We also got to see the National monument, which is referred to as the 'Scottish disgrace'. It was intended to be "A Memorial of the
Past and Incentive to the Future Heroism of the Men of Scotland but due to the lack of funds it was left unfinished.
We ate in at this great Mexican restaurant ...
Scotland has a complicated religious history and, during its 900 years, the church has seen wars, fire, and controversy. However, following the times of conflict in the Middle Ages, the Reformation, and a period of neglect, St. Giles' has now been restored and renewed to save the building and its history. Lucky for all of us this gem remains open to all to find a moment of peace or learn about the history of ...