Edinburgh Skin Courses
Edinburgh, Scotland is a city so lush in history that merely entering it is like stepping back in time. With unique, quirky cobble streets prompting you art galleries, festivals, and a castle that will truly take your breath away, starting your career by enrolling in Edinburgh facial courses would be one of the most exhilarating choices you could ever make.
Edinburgh Castle has played a truly monumental role in the history of Scotland and should be on your to-do list when you're not working at building your career with Edinburgh facial courses. In the 11th Century, King Malcolm, along with his queen Margaret, made his home here and was quickly established as a military stronghold. Although it hasn't seen actions of war since 1745, it served as the main base of the British Army in Scotland until the 1920's and is now the cities' most popular tourist attraction. Castle Rock, the hill on which the castle is perched, is the main reason for the cities existence altogether, as it was easily defended from the hilltop. The entrance way, with statues of Robert the Bruce and William Wallace posted as sentries on either side, lead up under the Portcullis Gate that was built in the 16th century, and the battlements have a breathtaking view over New Town.
If you find yourself gravitating to the Scottish National Gallery during your downtime from your Edinburgh facial courses, it's not without good reason. The gallery hosts an incredibly vast and important collection of European art from the renaissance to the post-impressionism periods. Works from Vermeer, Van Dyck, and even Verrocchino (Leonardo da Vinci's teacher) are housed here. The upstairs portion of the gallery hosts a variety of portraits by Sir Joshua Reynolds and Sir Henry Raeburn, along with a few famous impressionist paintings such as Monet's Haystacks and Van Gogh's demonic Olive Trees.
During your Edinburgh facial courses, you'll soon find that there are a lot of delightful and unique places to eat. If you're into ancient, worn-down floorboards, tables made from slabs of old mahogany and cast-iron pillars, then the place to go will be the Timberyard. A wood burning stove for colder nights, and a south facing yard for sunny days, this restaurant is truly a pillar of respect for sustainability and the environment. The ingredients are carefully sourced from local growers, breeders, and suppliers and they have their own patch of raised beds to supply the freshest herbs and spices for their kitchen and bar. With a reputation like theirs, winning awards such as the Restaurant of the Year, Chef of the Year, The Hot 100 List, and Edinburgh Critics Choice, the Timberyard will surely be you place of respite when you're not working on building your career in the Edinburgh facial courses.
With so many other amazing sights, sounds, and culture to experience in Edinburgh, you'll wonder what took you so long, and pursuing your career in this city will surely be an adventure you won't soon forget.