Robert Burns Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... porridge and haggis! However for the most part we mostly had similar versions of the "full Scottish Breakfast" (eggs, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, etc) for the full 2 weeks. Non eggy options were limited.
We had spectacular sunny warm weather in Edinburgh and spent a lot of time walking around the city. We visited Edinburgh Castle, walked the Royal Mile and around the Old Town, strolled around the New Town with its lovely Georgian Houses and ...
... They sound... friendly. Like people that would be easy to get to know. Turns out... they're part of our travel group, waiting for the same tour guide. Oh, good! Possible friends. But we're nervous and tired and anxious to get going... so we cling to our own little groups, scanning the crowd for a person in charge.
Finally, Tony the tour guide bustles in. He'd been caught in rush-hour traffic. Apparently, it doesn't matter ...
... fabulous panorama shots. The descent was much less eventful and was therefore much more relaxing haha. We got to see the other side of Edinburgh on the way down, and stopped off at the ruins of Saint Anthony’s Chapel overlooking Saint Margaret’s Loch. After a few photos, we went down and watched the swans being fed in the loch, it was a good rest before starting the walk back into town. We were starving after all that exercise, so we ...
... 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, ...
... Adam and myself. Foodies Festival celebrates all things edible with an exciting line-up of celebrity chefs, alongside pop-up restaurants and stalls packed with fresh local produce. The seasoned scents of food from round the corner or all over the world will waft through the leafy grounds of Inverleith Park and I am sure we will leave with full bellies.
Well folks until next time I will leave you ...