Princes Street Suites at 16 Waterloo Place
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We wandered up the High Street and, having passed by St. Giles' Cathedral many times, decided to pop in and give it a look...wow!! What a hidden treasure and great escape from the bustle and noise in the heart of Edinburgh.
We spent a couple of hours exploring the interior which has a long history and more chapels and aisles than we could take in in a day. It was like a scavenger hunt trying to spot all ...
... were parks with swings, people walking their dogs, and parents playing with their children - and the best part about it what that it was snowing. We kept walking around the village until we didn't know where we were going anymore. Luckily we ran into someone walking out of their house and was KIND enough to point us in the right direction (this act of kindness would not have happened if we were still in London). Once we found the beginning of the mountain, ...
... because that means walking back up the hill! We are wise beyond belief. We cross the street to start working our way back to the castle and find some lunch somewhere. Finally we head into Deacon Brodies Tavern and squirm through the bar crowd to climb the stairs to the restaurant. We are third in line to get a seat and the hostess tells the first couple it’s about 10 minutes and the second group of 5 would be ½ ...
... always the hardest and it was especially hard because I wasn’t home. But it was so great that I was able to be in Scotland! The trip was still amazing and I enjoyed every minute of it. I thought about my dad all day and even though my dad isn’t physically here I know he is always looking down on Brandon and me and watching out for us. I miss him everyday and I can’t believe it has already been five years; it seems like just yesterday that he passed away. I know he ...
... fascinated me so that was quite cool to see up close. After the museum, we walked back to Regis and had another quiet one. We were saving some money to go to the Six Nations Rugby on Saturday and coming to the end of our trip we are having to stem our cash flow a little.
Saturday morning was a bit of a sleep in as breakfast was not until 8:30. We had a bit of a quiet morning. Eddy went out to buy a book, ahead of our 10-hour bus ride to London the next day. We had a ...