Art-House Morita B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... into a room that had over 3,500 bottles of whiskey. Most of them were very expensive and we were told that one cost as much as 16,000 pounds. I can't imagine paying that much for a drink. Next they explained how the whiskeys from different regions tasted and smelt different. We got a card that we rubbed and then smelled and you could really smell the difference from one region to the other. I was pretty good at working out what the smells were like. Next came the ...
... one of the converted hospital buildings.
We did a short walk to the Golden Mile area of downtown Edinburgh before returning to the apartment via Sainsbury where we bought supplies for a home cooked dinner. The supermarket had some interesting produce including "Haggis chips" and "Stewart Beer". That evening, Jeed cooked Spaghetti Bolognese supervised by John, following an original recipe inspired by John. John also supervised the cleaning up.
... a 10 hour bus ride back to London early in the morning so we can catch a plane to Greece!
Edinburgh is a beautiful city. It is much smaller than London so we could walk everywhere which is nifty for two broke girls. It is the city of man famous writers like Sir Walter Scott, other authors of famous works like Peter Pan, Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Treasure Island. We stayed in a room with 16 beds but most were empty when we woke up to our ...
We boarded the train to Waverly station in Edinburgh with a cool wet mist falling, coffees in hand. An hour later we arrived to bright blue sunny skies. It had been a month since we had seen skies so blue. We had a wonderful day walking through the parks, churches, streets, castles and bars. After a long day of site seeing we found a quaint little pub to enjoy some ...
... early to do the free walking tour of Edinburgh. This was an amazing tour and would recommend you checking them out. They run tours all over the world, all for free! Our tour guide was Johnney, a very informative little scottish guy that was about our age. We started at the city hall building (which used to have pigs roaming wild), St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh Castle, Grassmarket, Greyfriar's Cemetery (see below for the full story on this), and ended back at the bridge looking at ...