Norton House Hotel & Spa Edinburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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The date is May 31st 2014, our youngest daughters wedding.We were very lucky with the weather, it was a gorgeous day. Everything went very smoothly, and a great time was had by all.
All of the guest were dressed beautifully and the kids were fab. The grounds of the hotel were a stunning backdrop for the official photographs.
our meal …
... time and what went on in that region. Honestly it was great! www.heartofscotlandtours.co.uk. Well worth a look. After about half an hours driving we came upon Stirling Castle and the National Wallace Monument commemorating the great William Wallace and his victory over the English which inspired Robert the Bruce to create a free Scotland. Bill told us stories about everything before we got to each sight and he told them really well. We were ...
... as grave markers on a massive landscape. The sacrifice of the Scotts in the many battles and wars is great.
As a part of their daily military exercise a loud cannon is fired at precisely 1:00 PM. We are reminded that in early times when celestial navigation was used (before ...
Friday, August 15, was one of the big days of my European
trip; it is the day that I attended the Royal Military Tattoo and also
participated in a back stage tour.
The morning and afternoon was spent wandering around the
central part of Edinburgh and mostly taking in the sights of the Fringe
Festival. One of these sights was Mr. Alien whose photograph I am ...
Saturday morning, and we were making plans for the day. Dan and I wanted to see Edinburgh, but we weren't overly excited about it. There are some interesting things to see, but I had seen some of them before and that morning the city seemed crowded, expensive and kind of dingy in our minds. The buildings are made of sandstone, and many years of coalburning from stoves and the railroad trains really had their effect...the old city, especially, is really dark ...