Ascot Guest House
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... inspiration for many of her books in Edinburgh. We saw the cafe (which is now called Spoons, but wasn't originally) where she wrote her first book. And the Elephant Cafe where she wrote books 2,3, and 4 until the paparazzi became too crazy for her to continue writing in such a public space. The hotel where she wrote the last chapter of her final book is also in Edinburgh and you can stay in the "Rowling Suite" for 1000 pounds per person per ...
... the room, brushed our teeth and went down to check out of the Fairmont hotel, I thought it was over rated and just a normal hotel but it was still pretty good for the Fairmont. It was about a 1 to 2 hour drive to Edinbiurgh but there were no windy roads so that was good for mum and me. We stopped about 12:00 at Kirkcaldy where we had lunch at a bakery so that was nice. We then got back on the road and ...
... could have access to their water source!
After our whisky tours we headed further east to the town of Aberdeen where we found a hotel right in the city center and began our search for someplace to have dinner. Our tried and true method of just wondering around and seeing what caught our eye paid off when we found a great little speakeasy type restaurant called The Tippling House. This was by far our ...
... the plane crashed and this area has now been planted out with trees and is a permanent memorial to such a terrible tragedy.
Leaving Lockerbie with a lingering sense of sadness, we make our way to Edinburgh where we have booked an apartment hotel for 2 nights.
Neither of us have ever been to Edinburgh before and are a bit surprised at the very narrow, cobblestoned streets ...
... continued her
stories. She finished the tour in front of the Scottish National War Memorial,
leaving us to visit the parts of the castle that were of particular interest. I
viewed the Scottish Crown Jewels and the War Memorial before leaving the
castle, walking through the Princes Street Gardens to the hotel.
Dinner was Chinese - at Jimmy Chung's All You Can Eat Buffet - not bad - there's plenty to choose from and it's regularly refreshed.