In case you missed it among all the Brexit brouhaha, U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump made a two-day flying visit to Scotland on Friday. Twitter: @realdonaldtrump He was here to open Turnberry, his new, multimillion-pound luxury golf resort in Ayrshire. So, as you can imagine, the people of Scotland all banded together to give him a traditional warm welcome. 1. His first surprise was a "Mexican" mariachi band, who were there to greet him at Prestwick Airport. Derek Browning @DerekBrowning2 Trump lands in Scotland, greeted by Mexican Mariachi band, Juan Direction, and a wheelbarrow full of bricks." Sat Jun 25 14:01:44 UTC+0000 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite They played a range of hits, including "Another Brick in the Wall". 2. These welcoming posters appeared around Glasgow at roughly the same time. John Haltiwanger @jchaltiwanger Apparently these signs are posted all over Glasgow during Trump's visit to Scotland. #NeverTrump #AlbaGuBrath 01:54 AM - 26 Jun 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite 3. He was also invited to take part in a traditional Glaswegian sporting event. Twitter: @robertflorence (Square go = punch-up) 4. When his helicopter landed at Turnberry, he was greeted with this affectionate sign. Twitter: @JaneyGodley Held by Scottish comedian Janey Godley. 5. And this one. Twitter: @The45Storm 6. Not to mention all of these ones. Twitter: @ChristopherSTV Not pictured: a "THE GAYZ HATE U" sign and several pride banners. 7. Locals also hoisted a familiar flag to help him feel at home. buzzfeed.com How nice! 8. Someone painted this beautiful portrait for him. Twitter: @wpjenna He can put it on his wall! 9. As if all that wasn't enough, a nice young man also gave him dozens of swastika-covered golf balls. Reuters Top News @Reuters Trump interrupted by protester with swastika golf balls. WATCH: https://t.co/vcBvweSupf https://t.co/smlHrcC9bi 05:25 PM - 24 Jun 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite "These are the new balls available from the clubhouse, part of the new Trump Turnberry range." What a memorable gift. 10. And, of course, Scots who couldn't be there in person sent him lots of lovely, welcoming tweets. Twitter: @realdonaldtrump Twitter / BuzzFeed ❤️ 11. Donald, please come back whenever you want. i.imgur.com We've always got plenty of kind, welcoming gestures like this up oor sleeves.