Nessie & Darren's Photo Galleries
Memories of Scotland
Bagpiper is one of traditional symbols of Scotland!
The statue of Greyfriar's Bobby. Bobby was a Skye Terrier
who became known in 19th century Edinburgh
after reportedly spending 14 years guarding the grave of his owner,
John Grey, until he died himself on 14th January 1872.
We found this lovely art object, Floral Castle, juts next bus stop.
The Deacon's House Cafe is a stylish Scottish cafe,
which is a perfect place to stop for lunch or just a coffee : )
All their food is home made from local produces.
The Museum of Childhood is a collection of items relating to
children's toys and playthings.
This museum is a sure place to find fun for all the family.
In centre the city of Edinburgh, you can find many attractive souvenir stores,
which you can find a variety of Scottish original goods.
This is a memorable shop where we got our engagement rings.
Le Sept, one of most popular French restaurants in Scotland,
is one of Edinburgh's Old Town institutes, established for over 25 years.
The logo mark, the elf (or goblin?) is so attractive!
The view you can see from the Edinburgh Castle, is so majestic!!
One O'clock Gun at the Edinburgh Castle, is a time signal,
and is fired every day, except Sunday, at precisely 1:00pm.
On the way to the Edinburgh Castle, we met a friendly guy,
who was in costume of William Wallace.
We stayed in a traditionally decorated B&B in Edinburgh.
The owner of the B&B was a elegant and friendly lady.
We got engaged at this B&B : )
She might have been our cupid!!
Loch Ness, Inverness
After leaving Edinburgh, we came to Inverness to visit Loch Ness,
which is best-known for the alleged sightings of the legendary
Loch Ness Monster.
Loch Ness Exhibition Centre must be fascinating
and impressive to all fans of Nessie!!
Countless tourist from all over the world, come here every year
to learn more about the legend of Loch Ness Monster.
At the Loch Ness Exhibition Centre, various goods of Loch Ness Monster,
are sold. Mascots and T-Shirts of Nessie are popular goods.
In the little pond next to the exhibition centre,
the mini Lock Ness Monster welcomes tourists.
Nessie!? No. This is a just shadow on the lake, but
the uncanny atmosphere of this lake always makes tourists feel that
a mysterious creature is hiding somewhere in the lake.
When we visited Urquhart Castle, a young bagpiper welcomed tourists
with playing lovely Scottish music.
Urquhart Castle sits beside Loch Ness.
Though this castle is extensively ruined,
it was in its day one of the largest strongholds of medieval Scotland
and remains an impressive structure, splendidly situated
on a headland overlooking Loch Ness.
Thank you for visiting our site!
Darren & Nessie
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