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Jungle World in Orkney - Soft Play

Jungle World in Orkney - Soft Play

Rent-a-Castle: BALFOUR CASTLE. Isle of Orkney, Scotland. Nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a drawing room, a formal dining room, a billiard room, a private chef, a private chapel, a cinema, and a golf room with a 56-course simulator—and if you're not satisfied indoors, you can always go seal watching, shoot clay pigeons, or play paintball.

Rent-a-Castle: BALFOUR CASTLE. Isle of Orkney, Scotland. Nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a drawing room, a formal dining room, a billiard room, a private chef, a private chapel, a cinema, and a golf room with a 56-course simulator—and if you're not satisfied indoors, you can always go seal watching, shoot clay pigeons, or play paintball.

Balfour Castle. Isle of Orkney, Scotland. Nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a drawing room, a formal dining room, a billiard room, a private chef, a private chapel, a cinema, and a golf room with a 56-course simulator—and if you're not satisfied indoors, you can always go seal watching, shoot clay pigeons, or play paintball.

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Balfour Castle. Isle of Orkney, Scotland. Nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a drawing room, a formal dining room, a billiard room, a private chef, a private chapel, a cinema, and a golf room with a 56-course simulator—and if you're not satisfied indoors, you can always go seal watching, shoot clay pigeons, or play paintball.

The Stane o Quoybune - Birsay, Orkney Islands, Scotland; stands almost 13 feet tall and dates from 2000 BC; folklore says that the stone will walk to the nearby Boardhouse Loch to drink water on New Year's day, so local custom dictates staying indoors after midnight on New Year's Eve – anyone who sees it move will not live to see the next year; the name "Quoybune" is pronounced "whee-beun" - photo by Sigurd Towrie

The Stane o Quoybune - Birsay, Orkney Islands, Scotland; stands almost 13 feet tall and dates from 2000 BC; folklore says that the stone will walk to the nearby Boardhouse Loch to drink water on New Year's day, so local custom dictates staying indoors after midnight on New Year's Eve – anyone who sees it move will not live to see the next year; the name "Quoybune" is pronounced "whee-beun" - photo by Sigurd Towrie

5 Vaux-le-Vicomte Thirty-four miles southeast of Paris is this Baroque style castle, built in the mid-17th century by the superintendent of finances to Louis XIV and still privately owned today. The château and its formal French garden were designed by architect Louis Le Vau, landscape architect André le Nôtre, and the painter-decorator Charles Le Brun; the trio who went on to work together a second time, this time for Louis XIV on the Versailles Palace.

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5 Vaux-le-Vicomte Thirty-four miles southeast of Paris is this Baroque style castle, built in the mid-17th century by the superintendent of finances to Louis XIV and still privately owned today. The château and its formal French garden were designed by architect Louis Le Vau, landscape architect André le Nôtre, and the painter-decorator Charles Le Brun; the trio who went on to work together a second time, this time for Louis XIV on the Versailles Palace.

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