Edinburgh has a wide array of choices for your stay. If your still in the mood for the Medieval experience, choose to stay in world famous hotels a stone throw's away from Edinburgh castle. You can also find apartments to choose from right in the city centre. The Airth Castle & Country Club Hotel Edinburgh takes you back to the 14th century but with all the amenities needed take make their guests comfortable. A Double Standard room starts at one-hundred ninety-eight dollars (US$ 198). For families doing vacations, spacious and luxurious apartment with the highest standards are available in downtown Edinburgh. Why not check out Dreamhouse Apartments Edinburgh Abercromby? Set in Victorian and Georgian design, whether your in for leisure or business travel, this place can satisfy your needs.
Medieval Times for Edinburgh Tourist Newbies
Medieval Castles where built as forts to protect the community and its inhabitants from invaders. Stout castles were built to house the members, in exchange for their services to the royalty. Did you know that a motte is a hill that elevates the castle, giving its inhabitants a sense of importance, while the moat is a form of ditch or canal that keeps the enemies at bay from the castle?
Shop for a Medieval Sword to remember that Edinburgh trip you just recently had. The basic Longsword about 4-feet long and weighs about 2-3 lbs. The Greatsword, on the other hand, requires two hands to use as it's typically 7-feet long and weighs more than 14 lbs. This sword is great for hacking.
Get a Medieval Honeymoon to make that special day, extra-memorable. From the wedding, have your family and friends as well-wishers, and the more, merrier. Traditionally, well-wishers send the newly-weds up to the bedroom doord. You can get also get a castle for a month-long, the traditional length of time where couples celebrate their marriage. This is how the "honeymoon" came about.
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