Pollock Halls - Edinburgh First
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPollock Halls - Edinburgh First
Thanks everyone for my night at Pollock Halls. I enjoyed my first Scottish dinner- Scottish beef and ale pie with carrots and potatoes- and a large glass of Australian red.
Clean rooms with just what a traveler needs, lovely hot bath, comfortable bed, Wifi, and then a scrumptious breakfast with everything you could think of including black pudding and Haggis- which I am sorry to say I didn't try (maybe next time) great friendly staff- and love the free handouts and information on local sights- Great stuff
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I can't get my tablet to work But I have had a delicious Scottish beef and ale pie for dinner, a large glass of red. Hot bath and now I'm ready to turn in. Once I get iPad going I'll be back with the lowdown on today xxx
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