Royal Overseas League
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... beautiful and originally intended to be as big as a cathedral as they found all the foundations for it laid out but building was stopped and the chapel that is there today is as far as building went. When we left the chapel and it had turned misty outside. The sun that was there had gone. The town where the chapel is situated is quite depressing, not much there and no life. Got the bus to Prince's Street to get some food into us. After food, ...
... This “ad-on” was accomplished when the then king was away; the property owners had gambled on the King not returning and it appears that they bet correctly.
The merchant’s home really had only two rooms, a kitchen and a combination bedroom, sitting and ...
... groups from outside the UK such as the only marching steel drum military band in the world from Trinidad and Tobago, a Zulu troupe
from South Africa who performed war dances set to heavy drumming, and a troupe
Maories from New Zealand who performed hakas (dance like movements intended to
intimidate enemy warriors).
The two hour long tattoo ...
... was not even being able to get close enough to the huge Edinburgh Castle for a picture from the front. Bleachers and barricades were set up to get ready for their huge military tattoo (marching exhibition) and festival in the summer, so this time we just settled for the mental images and not the photos. Edinburgh is a great city, but on this trip it got lumped in with London and Paris...interesting places to see, but too crowded to hold our ...
... Preston family, who were loyal supporters Mary Queen of Scots, hosted the Queen many times at Craigmillar when she needed refuge during troubled times.
The castle was updated and enlarged by Sir John Gilmour, a leading Edinburgh lawyer, when he purchased it in 1660 but, by the 1700's, the Gilmour family had moved to a more ...