Gilmore City Centre Guest House
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... morning we got off to a bit of a slow start, and ended up having breakfast at a small breakfast place in our neighborhood. While the locals beside us opted for a coca-cola and cheesy-chip (pretty much poutine for my Canadian readers) breakfast, I decided to go for the more conventional eggs and toast. After spending a good forty minute in the tourists information office booking a highland tour for Sa***************ed back to the city centre. Our first attraction of the day was ...
... including a poem by a local author support the theory. Some also believe that it might have been a spot devoted to moonshining, while others feel that it might have been used for pagan rituals. Either way, Gilmerton Cove was a very intriguing site. The different rooms included various furnishings sculpted out of rock. This included a sink, a table with seats, a bed, and a hearth. Some students got a bit claustrophobic from being underground for so long and didn’t waste ...
... graveyards and had muddy shoes, I didn't notice this fact, so I apologise to the Queens cleaner! Capped of my visit to Edinburgh with an amazing sunset viewing from the Castle forecourt, it was a sight to behold and a fantastic opportunity to reflect and give thanks for an amazing trip thus far. On a breeze, Catch the past. A cobble mile Of trodden path. Feel its life Course through Your veins You'll never leave. All will stay. (Walk an Edinburgh street - by Helen ...
... a 2 sausage and mash meal. I had the Satan's Revenge and the Pork and spinach sausages, the caramelized leek and bacon mash with tomato and thyme gravy....SOOOOO good!!! Definitely recommend that place! The service was amazing! After lunch i decided to walk around more. I made it to a couple areas, but not exactly sure what they were except for the University. Once i do the walking tour tomorrow ill be able ...
... lunches provided by the hotel in hand. My sandwich was supposed to be ham & cheese, no mustard. instead it was ham, butter, mayo & no cheese!! There is so much luggage from our group, it was in a couple of seats. Trip is approx 5 hours. Scenery is spectacular!! Get into Edinburgh at 7 pm, had soup in the hotel and fell into bed!
Next up, first full day in Edinburgh, later tonight.
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