Visited Edinburgh in the fall; leaves changing colors and a touch of cold in the air but overall we loved Scotland. Edinburgh is unique among Scotland's cities. Tourism, its proximity to England, and its multicultural
population set it apart. Its superb architecture ranges from ancient churches to monumental Victorian masterpieces - all dominated by a castle on a precipitous crag in the city's heart. Pick any street to stroll -
you'll be wowed by sudden vistas of looming battlements, cold volcanic peaks and hills steeped in memory.
If you ever wondered what it was like to be transported into another century well, look no further. This is the place to do it and you will not need to stretch your imagination. Everything is as it
was then and we had an unforgettable experience. Lisa and I spent one night in this Castle, in the Earl of Bothwell room, and it will
forever stay branded in our memories. The walls are oozing with history and atmosphere and the quietness of the surroundings is heavenly. What's more, the staff will kindly oblige to give you a historical tour and introduce
you to the resident ghosts.