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Walking in the Footsteps of Royalty

As I walked down the internal staircase of the Royal Yacht Britannia, I realised I was walking in the footsteps of royalty. 620 more words


Visit to the Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh

Jackie and I toured the Royal Yacht Britannia yesterday and just loved seeing it. The yacht was magnificent, and I am posting some photos of our tour. 176 more words



Edinburgh Castle

£16 per ticket

Edinburgh’s most popular piece of architecture and history is the Edinburgh Castle, located in the city centre on Castle Rock. Castle Rock was formed during a volcanic eruption over 340 million years ago and has been a military base and royal residence for many centuries. 308 more words

Edinburgh's 9 most exciting meeting venues

Edinburgh’s meetings and incentives industry has exploded in recent years, thanks in no small part to its extraordinary selection of meeting venues. With a world-class convention bureau… 1,066 more words



Scotland is the land of castles, kilts and cabbies that come second to none in being a qualified tour guide; well at least this is true for Edinburgh! 1,562 more words


On second thought: A glimpse of adventure in the Northwest Passage

With perfect hindsight, Postmedia’s national columnists revisit moments and events they observed in 2014 that deserve a second look. Today, Michael Den Tandt channels his inner sea captain while exploring the Northwest Passage during Prime Minister’s Arctic tour. 534 more words


The (Happy?) Accidents

Studying anywhere is difficult, but it is especially rough right now in the New Amphion room of Teviot, the university’s student union. It’s like Murphy’s Law just decided to take over today. 615 more words