Photo Friday: Holyrood Palace

Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, Scotland
Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, Scotland

The queen visits for three weeks in the summertime, and the other royals use it as they wish, but we were glad they weren't there this April because it gave us a chance to explore.

I would have never guessed it, but my kids have discovered history on the trip. And they love it. Darya is fascinated by Mary Queen of Scots, who had apartments here, and both kids are fascinated to learn more about how royalty really lives. Here's hoping that our travels provide the anchor they need to make history just as fascinating in book form as it is in real life.

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      Comments

      1. Anna Moffat

        http://www.annamoffat.com/
        April 12, 2013 at 11:43 a.m.

        I'm so glad you enjoyed your trip to my home city. Looking forward to reading about it.

      2. Kate @ Wild Tales of...

        http://wildtalesof.com/
        April 12, 2013 at 1:46 p.m.

        Well, what more could you ask for? How exciting that your kids have taken a liking to history! Wonder if all your travel and adventures have something to do with it?
        ;-)

      3. Richard Crest

        http://www.7stonesboracay.com/
        April 14, 2013 at 10:19 p.m.

        It's nice that kids are learning new things during travel. Travel to experience and discover new things in new places you were about to visit.

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