Brae Lodge Guest House
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... Ness that could cover ALL of England and Wales with 6 inches of water!
We got back to Edinburgh around 8pm so off I went to find something to eat and "called it a night" again :)
The next morning I got up and went to Edinburgh Castle for about 3 hours, so much history and stories can be told about Edinburgh Castle, I bought a Souvenir Book about it if anybody is interested to learn more!
After that I went and had ...
... partiers were starting to stop, drop, and roll and were taking up valuable real estate with their heads down and actively throwing up. After bulldozing through a short section of Princess St, DH declared our party over given the surging crowd situation, which was getting worse, and her own concerns about drunken women targeting me as a boy toy during the midnight kissing frenzy (ok- I made that last part up).
When did people start abandoning their ...
... walked past, so I had to skip that and move on. I then passed a second-hand bookstore which beckoned me in. Inside I picked up a collection of the comic strip adventures of the 5th Doctor that had appeared in Dr Who magazine - these strips featured artwork by Dave Gibbons among others, so that was a nice find.
I continued into town, stopping at a cafe to have breakfast (sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs and toast with a nice cuppa). After a nice walk, I reached the Royal Mile again ...
... all the numerous keys were for we discovered we had no gas bottle. Agreement upon purchase was to have one so off we went back to the dealer along with a query regarding the RAC warranty but it all turned out as Ian who runs the place happily confirmed my query and gave us a gas bottle. We then shot off to Mansfield for a quick catch up with my friend Donna and meet her nephew Riley. The evening was spent at the pub or pubs with mum, Arnie and Dan. We first went to one that was a ...
... depending on how you think about it. We walked by the National Gallery and stopped to take some photographs of the castle in the background. Our final destination on the walking tour was Grassmarket, where we were to meet our guides for the literary walking tour. As our first scheduled activity in Edinburgh, the literary walking tour would serve to remind students of the importance of literature to our tour. The tour itself was setup as a debate between two fictional characters, ...