A sign of a good trip... the pub at the Newark Airport right outside our arrival gate from Minneapolis
Dad loved these NYC pickles!
Dad isn't sure about this...
Our first dinner in Scotland at Whiski's. Dad's first meal of fish and chips.
Adam Smith in Edinburgh
The other knight guarding the entrance.
A memorial for all Scottish military members lost in battle since WWI. Every name is written in a book within this building. It was breathtaking.
The second gate into the castle.
An interesting window in Edinburgh Cathedral
An old cathedral, which was never consecrated, but is now a tourist hub and pub.
A memorial in Edinburgh
The butt of that statue.
Rosslyn Chapel west entrance.
What a way to spend time during our 12 hour layover! Hanging out in NYC!
The flight map from Mom's first class seat to London.
First class on the train to Scotland. It was fabulous!
Our hotel, The Inn On The Mile. It has 9 rooms, 4 floors, high ceilings, and NO elevator.
Every statue has a butt, even Adam Smith.
Mom at the castle
Entrance into the war memorial at the castle.
The World's End Pub, and dinner on night 2
The entrance to a museum in Edinburgh
Chillin' in Times Square. That's what we Emerys do.
Taking the train from London to Edinburgh, Scotland
England by train
Breakfast at the hotel in Edinburgh
The middle of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh
The royal crest
The lion guarding the war memorial
Dad's fish and chips looked like the full fish was fried.
The ledge along the river in Edinburgh.
Lunch at Carnegie Deli in NYC
From London to Edinburgh. It was an amazing way to see England for the short time we had there.
Dad made a new friend at the hotel. He made a ton of new friends on this trip.
Why not have a random bagpiper playing in the streets of Edinburgh. He was there for hours.
Inside the Great Hall at the castle.
The graveyard for military dogs and mascots assigned to the castle since WWI.
The Master Mason's Mark at Edinburgh Cathedral
Mom and Walter Scott
The World's End Pub is Greg's favorite place in Edinburgh.
A bridge over the river in Edinburgh
Edinburgh Castle as seen from the bus.
Rosslyn Chapel's monkey on the outside wall.
Great pickles with our lunch!
Mom always wanted to take a train. Greg made sure she did it in first class :)
We climbed this very large stair case up from the train station, with baggage, on the way to our hotel in Edinburgh.
Had to make a call.
A knight guarding the castle
The Great Hall
Deeann guarding the castle.
And of course, Walter Scott's butt...
Another old, closed, cathedral in Edinburgh. This one was right out our hotel window.
The memorial in Edinburgh
Riding the double-decker bus to Rosslyn Chapel.
Rosslyn Chapel entrance