My Edinburgh Life
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It was continuing to rain so we made a bee line for the New Scottish Parliament building and the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The Palace of Holyroodhouse has played a central role in Scotland’s history ever since its foundation as a Augustian monastery by King David I of Scotland nearly 900 years ago. Rebuilt by James V of Scotland to include a large tower and a new west front. The Palace was to become the home of his daughter, Mary, Queen of Scots, and ...
... and most were delayed, but a lot more flights were taking off than in Marseille.
Our flight ended up being delayed by two hours, but at 3pm, we had a gate, a plane, and a pilot. We actually managed to fly out. We were so happy to get on the plane, none of us cared at all that we'd been delayed for more than a day and had to travel to another country to get this flight. It could have been much worse.
... we discovered an accolade that claimed The Regent was voted Edinburgh's best gay real ale pub. JD and I then began noticing a Scottish pride jar on the counter and realized the menu was in a type of rainbow. It also became clear that it was entirely men in two's enjoying lunch here. Another realization I discovered after looking closer at the menu was the "Ol' Rosie" was 7.8% alcohol. It was no wonder I ...
... amazing and very well appointed 2 double bedrooms ensuite ect. This was the official "wash Stop" the suite had full kitchen dishwasher washing machine and dryer, 2 loads later and we were done. Mum wanted to iron, but as i explained as tourists you are expected to have wrinkles to match our faces. We had a sleep in, had a bad night with the bali belly but no where near there. We decided to stay an extra night so i went down ...
... less than an hour later. Unfortunately they were behind schedule and the Queen didn't have time to do a walk-about. Although we would have loved to meet her it really was a thrill to be that close to her.
Back in to the city centre for lunch and we ended up at what had become our faithful haunt, Nandos. It was one of the few places we encountered on the trip that had plentiful amounts of ice for our drinks. After lunch we had a quick rest stop back at the hotel and we then ...