So where do you go to find beautiful countryside, glorious castles, and a fabulous vacation? How 'bout a wee tour of Scotland, ey' The place to start is in Edinburgh, a fascinating city with a medieval history.
First, Laura takes you over to Castle Rock, an extinct volcano turned military headquarters with a terrific view!
Next, you'll venture down to the Royal Mile, a popular tourist attraction that provides a fascinating insight into the history of the City and of Scotland itself. Today the Royal Mile is a charming street of pubs, restaurants and shops, where tourists love to tread!
Take a moment to revel in the glory of St Giles' Cathedral, the heart of the city's spiritual life for the last 900 years. For added excitement, glimpse into the past as Dalhousie invites their guests to try their hand at Falconry, the sport of kings.
Now here's a site you won't want to miss. The port of Leith is home to the world's most famous ship: the Royal Yacht Britannia. Open to the public as a museum, visitors can view the Royal Bedrooms, Sun Lounge, State Dining Room and even the Engine Room.
If the season is right, Laura can take you to the Fringe Festival, during which 668 companies do over 21,000 performances of world-class music, dance, and cutting edge comedy, all day, every day. There's something for everyone, even the kids!
After your travels, your family will be piping tunes and telling tales the whole way home!