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    The Edinburgh Castle in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Jan 5, 2015

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    The Edinburgh Castle is undoubtedly the top tourist attraction in the city of Edinburgh. It is simply a "must-visit" tourist attraction in our opinion when vacationing in the city of Edinburgh. For an admission fee of just £16.50 per adult, £13.20 per senior and/or student or £9.90 per child you are able to visit and explore so many interesting attractions in the castle. You may probably spend an entire day to visit and explore all these attractions. So be prepared to bring along with you some snacks and water when visiting the Edinburgh Castle.

    Popular and interesting tourist attractions at Edinburgh Castle include the impressive canons and guns especially the famous and powerful Mons Meg and the one o'clock gun (make sure you are there when the gun is fired at one o'clock sharp). Museums are very popular tourist attractions at the Edinburgh Castle and these wonderful museums include the Museum of the Royal Scots and the Royal Regiment of Scotland, the Honours of Scotland where the lovely Crown Jewels are kept at crown room, the Scottish National War Memorial (as depicted on our last photograph), the National War Museum and the Great Hall. Other interesting places of interest at Edinburgh Castle that we can think of include St. Margaret's Chapel, the Prisons of War and the Military Prison, Foog's Gate, the Royal Palace and David's Tower.

    You will also be rewarded with commanding view of the surrounding area and the city of Edinburgh below the Castle Hill. So make it a point to visit the Edinburgh Castle when visiting the city of Edinburgh on your vacation!

    The main entrance to Edinburgh Castle in Edinburgh Walk uphill towards the Edinburgh Castle One o'clock gun at Edinburgh Castle Mons Meg in Edinburgh Castle Scottish National War Memorial at Edinburgh Castle
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    The Great Hall in Edinburgh Castle

    by hopang Updated Jan 5, 2015

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    The Great Hall at Crown Square is one of the most interesting attractions in Edinburgh Castle. Don't miss it when you visit the Edinburgh Castle in the city of Edinburgh on your vacation.

    The Great Hall is one of the oldest buildings in Edinburgh Castle. It was constructed in the year 1511 during the reign of King James IV. Unfortunately the King died just a few years later and did not enjoy making use of this great hall. The Great Hall was used principally for state banquets and state assembly as well as a meeting place for the Parliament of Scotland in the early 17th century.

    Sadly the Great Hall was converted into a soldiers' barracks by Oliver Cromwell when he invaded Scotland in the middle of the 17th century. The Hall was later converted into a military hospital in the late 18th century. It was restored back to the Great Hall by architect Hippolyte Branc in the late 19th century.

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    The Honours of Scotland in Edinburgh Castle

    by hopang Updated Dec 29, 2014

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    The Honours of Scotland, i.e. the Crown (made for James V in 1540), the Sceptre (presented to James IV in 1494) and the Sword of State (presented to James IV by Pope Julius II in 1507) are the oldest crown jewels in the United Kingdom. They were created by Italian cutler Domenico da Sutri during the reigns of King James IV and King James V.

    The Honours of Scotland is certainly one of the most popular museums in the Edinburgh Castle. Don't miss the Honours of Scotland when you are in Edinburgh on your vacation! However photography and video recording are not allowed in the section where these crown jewels are kept. No separate admission fee is not required when entering the Honours of Scotland.

    Sword of State was presented to James IV by Pope The Crown was made for James V in 1540 The last coronation of King Charles II in Scotland The Crown and the Sword of State The Sceptre
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    Museum of the Royal Scots and the Royal Regiment

    by hopang Updated Dec 28, 2014

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    The Museum of the Royal Scots and the Royal Regiment of Scotland is situated inside the Edinburgh Castle. No separate admission fee is required to enter this Museum. Although the Museum is quite small it is certainly very rich in history. Your visit to the Edinburgh Castle is not complete without visiting some of its excellent museums and in our opinion this Museum is a "must-visit" museum when visiting Edinburgh Castle. The Museum was opened by The Colonel in Chief, HRH The Princess Royal in 1991.

    The history of the Royal Scots and the Royal Regiment of Scotland is displayed along a timeline (in chronological order) on pictorial wall panels as you walk through the Museum. The exhibits include uniforms, medals, weapons, and personal effects of the Royal Scots that first served at Tangiers in 1680 when it won its first battle honour. It later won a further 147 battle honours including Marlborough's major battles, the Peninsula and Waterloo, campaigns in China and India, the Crimean and Boer Wars, First and Second World Wars and the last being the Gulf War in 1991.

    The Royal Scots was raised in 1633 by Sir John Hepburn under a Royal Warrant of King Charles I of Scotland to serve King Louis XIII of France. It was the oldest infantry of the regiment of the British Army. During the First World War (1914 - 1918) the regiment expanded to more than 100,000 men in 35 battalions suffering more than 10,000 dead and at least 40,000 wounded. The 6 Victoria Crosses (as depicted in our second photograph) won during the First World War are on display in the Museum.

    In the year 2006 the Royal Scots amalgamated with many other Scottish infantry regiments to form The Royal Regiment of Scotland. Opening hours to the Museum are between 9.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. daily. For more information you may e-mail to the following address:- museum@theroyalscots.co.uk

    Museum of the Royal Scots and the Royal Regiment The 6 Victoria Crosses won during First World War The capture of San Sebastian in Spain The Napoleonic War Indian Order of Merit
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    Mons Meg in Edinburgh Castle

    by hopang Updated Dec 27, 2014

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    Mons Meg was a giant medieval cannon weighing approximately 7 tonnes with a barrel of approximately 500 milimeters. It was capable of firing a 175 kg stoneball up to 3 kilometers away. Mons Meg was manufactured in the Belgium town of Mons and was the largest gun ever fired in the United Kingdom. It is certainly one of the largest canons the world has ever seen and is also one of the most famous guns the world has ever produced.

    Mons Meg was constructed in the middle of the 15th century by the Duke of Burgundy as a gift to his nephew King James II. It was used in battles for almost one century until the middle of the 16th century. After that it was fired on salutes to mark ceremonial occcasions such as the wedding of Mary Queen of Scotland in the year 1558.

    Mons Meg was last fired in the year 1681 to mark the birthday of Duke of Albany when its barrel burst. The Duke of Albany later became King James VII of Scotland. The disused Mons Meg was taken to the Tower of London in the middle of the 18th century but then returned to the Edinburgh Castle in the early 19th century. This giant medieval siege gun has a length of 4 meters. Please respect this grand old lady and do not climb up and sit on the gun.

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    St. Margaret's Chapel in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 27, 2014

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    St. Margaret's Chapel is located inside the Edinburgh Castle on the highest point of the castle rock. It is the oldest surviving building in the Edinburgh Castle as well as in the city of Edinburgh. This Romanesque style chapel was founded by King David I of Scotland, the youngest son of St. Margaret and was constructed in the 12th century as a private royal chapel. The Chapel was not in used since the Scottish Reformation. It was only restored in the 19th century and is today managed by St. Margaret's Chapel Guild. The Chapel was dedicated to St. Margaret of Scotland.

    St. Margaret of Scotland (1045 - 1093) was born in Hungary. She (aka Margaret of Wessex) was Anglo-Saxon princess of the House of Wessex. She was the second wife of King Malcolm III. They were married in the year 1070. She died in the castle just several days after learning that her husband and eldest son were killed in the ambush. She was canonised as a saint in the year 1250 by Pope Innocent IV. Margaret was the only royal saint in Scotland. Three of her sons later became kings of Scotland. She was also known as the Pearl of Scotland.

    The stained glass window on our second photograph depicts St. Margaret of Scotalnd. The third photograph depicts St. Columbia and the fourth Wiliam Wallace. All of them were the work of Douglas Strachan. Our last photograph depicts the chancel arch with chevron motifs dividing the nave from the chancel. Don't miss St. Margaret's Chapel when you visit the Edinburgh Castle as these stained glass windows are certainly quite impressive. For more information about St. Margaret's Chapel you may e-mail to the following address:- stmargaretschapelguild@gmail.com

    St. Margaret's Chapel in Edinburgh Stained-glass window depicting St. Margaret Stained-glass window depicting St. Columbia Stained-glass window depicting William Wallace Chancel arch with chevron motifs
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    Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 18, 2014

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    The Royal Yacht Britannia is United Kingdom's number one tourist attraction and is one of the top tourist attractions in the city of Edinburgh. Many visitors consider this attraction a "must-visit" while touring the city of Edinburgh. This attraction was certainly one of the highlights of our visit to the city of Edinburgh. We thouroughly enjoyed touring this attraction along with the excellent self-guided audio tour which is available in several languages.

    We started our tour at the Bridge after a warm reception and scrutinising the numerous photographs of the Royal Family near the entrance. The Royal Yacht Britannia has five levels. You will proceed to see other main attractions especially the State Apartments, the Royal Bedrooms, the Dinning rooms, Quarters of the crews and the engine room. You will pass among others NAAFI sweet shop, the exhibit of the Rolls-Royce used by the Royal Family and of course the Royal Deck tea room for a cup of tea.

    The Royal Yacht Britannia has been the floating Royal residence for more than 40 years and has sailed more than one million miles around the world with hundreds of official visits conducted by the Royal Family. Royal Yacht Britannia is today owned by the Royal Yacht Britannia Trust which is responsible for maintaining the yacht. In fact the yacht is very clean, well preserved and maintained it has to be said.

    Opening hours to the Royal Yacht Britannia are between 9.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. daily during the summer months with shorter opening hours during the cold winter months. Admission fees are £12.75 for adults, £11.50 for students and seniors and £7.75 for children. Admission fee is included if you a holder of Royal Edinburgh tickets which also entitle you to visit the Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

    Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh Photograph of the British Royal Family Don't miss this wonderful souvenir photo session! Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh Entrance to Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh
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    Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 17, 2014

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    The Palace of Holyroodhouse is one of the top tourist attractions in the city of Edinburgh. This Palace is an official residence of the Queen and the royal family in Scotland. The Queen stays in the Palace approximately one week per year usually during the summer months. The Palace of Holyroodhouse has been the official residence of the royal family since the 17th century although it has history that dates back to the 12th century. The current well preserved and maintained Palace was designed by Sir William Bruce and was constructed in the middle of the 17th century. The 3 storey baroque style Palace measures approximately 70 meters long and 70 meters wide.

    Visitors can have an interesting audio tour inside the Palace which consists of 14 Historic and State Apartments. A full audio tour takes approximately 1 to 2 hours. Historic Apartments were used by Kings and Queens since the beginning of the 16th century, some of them used by Mary Queen of Scots. State Apartments are used by the current royal family for ceremonies and entertainment purposes. The Palace certainly has lots of history and you really learned a lot from here. We thouroughly enjoyed this audio tour.

    Opening hours to the Palace of Holyroodhouse are between 9.30 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. daily during the summer months with shorter opening hours during the winter months. Admission fees are £11.30 for adults and £10.30 for students and seniors. However you can purchase Royal Edinburgh tickets which also include entrance to Edinburgh Castle and Royal Yacht Britannia. Unfortunately photography and video recording are not allowed inside the Historic and State Apartments.

    Don't miss the delicious complementary Crown short bread at Café at the Palace just after the tour exit when you produce your hop-on-hop-off bus tickets or your Royal Edinburgh tiickets. For more information about visiting the Palace you may write to the following e-mail address:- bookinginfo@royalcollection.org.uk.

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    Museum of Childhood in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 15, 2014

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    The Museum of Childhood located on the Royal Mile in the city of Edinburgh is an interesting museum for all ages especially for young children and old grannies. Even though we are adults we still love this museum simply because the place is sheer nostalgic, splendid and fascinating. The Museum of Childhood is the first museum in the world depicting the history of childhood.

    The Museum has large collections of toys, dolls, teddy bears, board games and other playthings from around the world between the 18th century and the present day. Many people may consider this Museum a "must-visit" museum as it is quite unique and admission to the Museum is free. Photography and video recording are allowed inside the Museum.

    The Museum of Childhood was founded in the middle of the 20th century by Patrick Murray and occupies the former hall of Salvation Army at High Street. It attracts approximately 250,000 visitors per year. The Museum does not look big from outside but it is certainly quite big inside with large collections spread over five levels.

    Among our favourite exhibits were the many colourful dolls and teddy bears from different period displayed on several glass cabinets on the second floor. Many of these exhibits were from several centuries back up to the present day. They certainly provide excellent photo opportunities. Another of our favourite was the coin operated piano located on the ground floor. We have taken a video of this coin operated piano. You may watch the video on our video page.

    Opening hours of the Museum of Childhood are between 10.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. from Monday to Saturday and between 12.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. on Sunday. There is a gift shop located at the entrance specialising on toys, souvenirs and books.

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    The Hub in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 14, 2014

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    The Hub is home to Edinburgh International Festival and is one of the most beautiful architectural buildings in the city of Edinburgh with its Gothic spire. It is one of the tallest buildings in the city The building can be seen from many parts of the city especially from higher grounds such as Calton Hill and Arthur's Seat. The Hub was designed by James Graham and Augustus Pugin and was constructed in the middle of the 19th century as a parish Church of Scotland. The building was formerly known as Victoria Hall. It remained as a church until the year 1979. The building was renovated and re-opened in 1999 and today houses the Hub Café/restaurant, Hub Tickets where visitors can purchase tickets for various concerts, arts and entertainment events.

    The Hub is also home to a main hall with a seating capacity for more than 400 spectators, the Glass Room and Dunard Library. This lovely architectural building certainly attracted us a lot when we were visiting Edinburgh Castle. For more information about the Hub and its various events you may e-mail to the following address:- the hub@eif.co.uk.

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    Camera Obscura in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 13, 2014

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    Camera Obscura is considered as number 4 top tourist attraction in the city of Edinburgh and many consider this attraction a "must-see" attraction as the attraction is suitable for the whole family. It is the oldest visitor attraction in Edinburgh and has history that dates back to the middle of the 19th century. This interesting and fascinating tourist attraction has four levels of optical illusions with lots of interesting hands on experiences, mirror maze, puzzles and tricks. There is even a viewing observation deck on top of the building. A gift shop and ticketing counter are located near the entrance.

    We did not make it inside the Camera Obscura due to lack of time as we were in Edinburgh for just a few days. We certainly hope to visit it on our next trip to the city of Edinburgh, hopefully with a longer stay in the city and we will definitely make the trip to Camera Obscura our top priority. Even if you do not make it inside the attraction, there are some fascinating optical illusions outside the building for you to take some souvenir snapshots. Make full use of these free attractions!

    Admission fee to the Camera Obscura are £12.95 for adults, £10.90 for seniors and students and £9.50 for children. Opening hours to Camera Obscura are between 9.00 a.m. and 7.00 p.m. daily during the months of spring and autumn with longer opening hours during the summer months. You may write to the following e-mail address for more information about Camera Obscura:- info@cameraobscura.co.uk.

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    National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 12, 2014

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    The National Museum of Scotland is one of the best national museums around the world that we have ever visited. in fact it is among the top 20 most visited museums in the world! Although the National Museum of Scotland was founded only in 2006, it has history that dates back to the middle of the 19th century when the Victorian Romanesque revival style building was first constructed. The building was renovated and opened to the public only in 2011 as National Museum of Scotland. It is part of National Museums Scotland.

    As many as 20,000 archaeological and medieval objects and artefacts are permanently exhibited in the museum spread over four levels covering among others natural history, science and technology, art, geology archaeology and world cultures. Ancient Egypt and artefacts from Asia and treasures from around the world are on display in the museum. Among the highlights are the dinosaurs and other animals in the main hall. Children certainly love them.

    For motor racing fans especially those who are interested in Formula One don't miss a section on the great Scottish F1 driver Jackie Stewart and his blue flying Ford (as depicted on our last photograph) at the ground floor on the west end of the building.

    Admission to the National Museum of Scotland is free. Photography and video recording are allowed inside the museum. We spent almost two hours in the museum as there are so many things to see and do. If you are short of time and if you have to visit a museum in the city of Edinburgh, make it a point to visit at least the National Museum of Scotland. You will not be disappointed. We have more photographs of the exhibits on our travelogues. Please feel free to visit them.

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    Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 8, 2014

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    The Scottish Parliament Building is a brand new building completed only ten years ago. The building started construction in 1999 and was scheduled to be completed in the year 2001 but was delayed until three years later. It was inaugurated and officially opened by Queen Elisabeth II in 2004. The Scottish Parliament was designed by Enric Miralles and has a post modern style of architecture. The total cost of construction of this Scottish Parliament Building is more than £400 millions.

    The Scottish Parliament is home to 129 MSP (Members of Scottish Parliament). The debating chamber is actually opened to the public and guided tours for visitors can be arranged free of charge from Monday to Saturday when the Parliament is not in session. The Scottish Parliament together with the Palace of Holyroodhouse are located within an area declared by UNESCO as world heritage site. Due to lack of time we did not enter the debating chamber in the Parliament. After our visit to the Palace of Holyroodhouse it was already 6.00 p.m. and we did not make an attempt to enter the Parliament Building. We certainly hope to do so on our next trip to the city of Edinburgh!

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    Calton Hill In Edinburgh

    by hopang Updated Dec 5, 2014

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    Calton Hill is one of the main hills in the city of Edinburgh. The others are Arthur's Seat and Edinburgh Castle. All of them are extinct volcanos from millions of years ago. Calton Hill is one of the popular tourist attractions simply because there are several interesting monuments on top of the hill and the view from the top towards the city and the Edinburgh Castle is really fascinating. Nevertheless we did not make it to the Calton Hill due to the combination of short of time and bad weather when we were there. Visit Calton Hill if you have the opportunity to go up the hill. It is much easier to climb up Calton Hill than the Arthur's Seat. There are plenty of good photo opportunities as well once you are up there.

    Among the several interesting monuments are the National Monument (modelled after Panthenon in Acropolis in Athens), Nelson Monument (tallest structure on the hill), Dugald Stewart Monument (located on the bottom left of our photograph) and the City Observatory (depicted on the left of our photograph with a dome).

    The National Monument was designed by Charles Robert Cockerell and was constructed in 1829 to dedicate to those who lost their lives in Napoleonic War after Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo. It was unfinished due to lack of funds with only 12 columns standing. Some locals said that they celebrated too lavishly after completion of each and every colomn until all the funds ran out. Nelson Monument was constrructed in 1815 in honour of British Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson's victory over the French and Spanish at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Visitors can actually climb up the many stairs to the top of the monument.

    Dugald Stewart was a famous professor in moral philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. The monument was built in 1837 to dedicate to him. It was modelled after the Tower of the Winds in Athens. City Observatory is an astronomical observatory not open to the public. It was built in 1818. Our photograph above was actually taken from the Edinburgh Castle as we did not have the opportunity to visit Calton Hill. We make sure that Calton Hill is our top priority on our next visit to Edinburgh hopefully in the near future!

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    1ST COIN LAUNDRY IN THE UK - LONDON

    by DAO Updated Nov 30, 2014

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    Central Wash is the first coin operated laundrette in the UK. It opened its doors to customers and decades of dirty clothes on 9 May 1949. Since then it has continued operation and they also do dry cleaning. Despite its age, it is a bright and modern place to do your clothes if you don’t have a washing machine at home. It is also located near a lot of tourist hotels.


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    Sun - 10:00 - 18:00

    THE 1ST COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY IN BRITAIN
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