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Our guide was fantastic! He was an excellent representative of the tour company.
My wife and I had an amazing day; we really enjoyed this tour. It is much better to travel on a minivan than a normal bus; the tour is friendlier. The minivan was comfortable and the guide was very nice and had a great knowledge of Scottish history. His narrations of the Scottish history were accurate, interesting and funny. We also listened to some Scottish folk music along the way, always relating to something we had seen or someone the guide had mentioned. Many people tend not to visit the Scottish Borders region, but we really recommend it.
Melrose is a wonderful place, and we had plenty of time to visit the abbey and the village and have lunch. I highly recommend the visit to the ruins. The ruins are well preserved, and the surrounding area is very green and pleasant.
The stop at Rosslyn Chapel was quite a surprise. We thought that all the fuss about it was just because of the book "The Da Vinci Code", but we were really surprised with the beauty and importance of the chapel. We had a local guide at the chapel, a very nice lady who explained all of interest to those interested in learning about the chapel's history and art. Without her explanations, we would have missed the historical and artistic importance of the chapel. We truly recommend this tour and the tour operator.
The border lands were very pretty. The church was beautiful and mysterious. The tour guide was very good
This trip is only good for the people the is interest and really has read or seen the movie Da Vinci Code. Otherwise it will be not worth the money. Pete our tour guide toll as the most amazing stories. Very nice young man.
Excellent trip to the Borders region, our guide Pete was great and I enjoyed all of the attractions: Scott's View, the Wallace statue, Melrose Abbey, the town of Melrose where we had lunch and finally Rosslyn Chapel. Too bad they won't allow any pictures inside the chapel. Short, nice little trip.
Tour was on time, transport was very comfortable. We loved Melrose - could have used a bit more time in that quaint town and a little less at Roslyn Chapel.
Small bus made for a very personal tour. Guide very friendly and found humour everywhere. overall very enjoyable and a great day out.
Very good tour guide, with good explanations. I would have liked to have more than one hour to visit Rosslyn Chappel.
Visiting Melrose Abbey in Da Vinci Code where Robert the Bruce of Scotland, his heart was there .... INTEREST!!!