Robert Burns Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... greats of Edinburgh; Burns, Stevenson and Scott.
On our tour we hear Lorraine and Mark recite Robert Burns (1759-96) poetry and discuss the possible inspiration for the Gaelic poetry. We learn he stayed in a house on the spot of the Deacon Brodie Tavern. The split ...
... made their way the whole way across the Loch with sonar equipment looking for unusual patterns. Apparently, there were some unusual patterns detected, but nothing was found. Hmmm …. Convenient I say. Imagine the tourist dollars that would be lost if they actually found it! Or a poacher shot it!
Day 91 – Drumnadrochit to Edinburgh
We are currently in our second night staying in Edinburgh. The place is certainly worth a longer ...
... and also a cafe called Hula which happen to both be on Victoria street.
The opening of Hogmanay on new years eve was a torch light procession down the main street and fireworks. There is nothing cooler than seeing an entire street full of lights from the thousands holding their torches. As we were walking along we were given a couple of torches to join the fun.. winning! Once we got towards the end of Princess street the fireworks ...
... in no shape or form to climb to the highest peak. For lunch, we stopped by the Elephant Cafe which sells itself as the birthplace of Harry Potter. It claims to be the cafe in which JK Rowling sat whilst she gazed across to the graveyard, where some of the tombstones provided inspiration for the names for some of her characters such as McGonagall, Moody and Tom Riddle. Whilst the latter is true (see pictures), the former claim of being ...
... After the show we headed back to the B&B to grab our luggage and go back to the train station to head to Glasgow.
The train to Glasgow only took about 45 minutes, and after getting a taxi to our Ibis Budget Hotel and checking in we decided to go for a wander and find some dinner. There was a Burger King just next to the hotel, so after checking out the other close options, we decided on the cheap and quick food the BK has to offer. Unfortunately, we were mistaken ...