Soldier on duty at Scottish National War Memorial, Edinburgh Castle

This morning, we embarked in the final day of the tour. After departing our lodgings in Hexham, Northumberland we drove north for most of the morning, stopping briefly at the England-Scotland border and also for refreshments at Jedburgh, before arriving Edinburgh, Scotland around midday.

England-Scotland Border.

England-Scotland Border

Some guests elected to visit the famous Edinburgh Castle, images of which are shown here.

Changing of the Guard at Scottish National War Memorial

Tour guest in conversation with soldier.

Crown Square, Edinburgh Castle

Queen Margaret’s Chapel which dates from 12th century AD.

Mons Meg Cannon which dates from 1449 AD

Around mid-afternoon guests were deposited at various lodgings in Edinburgh in readiness for onward travel tomorrow thus concluding a fourteen day tour, predominantly of England, with emphasis on Roman Britain.

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