Pollock Halls - Edinburgh First
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in 1831. It is believed they were made in Norway in the 12th century. Four of the rooks stand wide-eyed biting their shields. In Old Norse literature they are called “berserkers” because of the trance-like fury with which they fought. This characteristic later gave rise ...
Went to Linlithgow Palace which we really enjoyed even got a free tour from a lovely young lass in period costume - actually better than it sounds. Then visited "The Wheel" a pretty impressive piece of engineering where they can raise boats onto the canal. Followed by Stirling Castle & the Wallace Monument before a pub dinner near the beach at Portobello before we crashed out. Jet lag catching up with ...
... meals night after night after night.
We finally check into the Thistle and it must be said that Patsy has excelled herself with this choice. The apartment is very new, roomy and with excellent amenities and it is quiet. As an added bonus, it is ideally located about 15 minutes from Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile.
We then go for a wee walk and later cook dinner (well Patsy does) and have a lovely quiet evening. Day 11 draws to a ...
... tour was very fun, though, and I learned a lot about 18th and 19th century Edinburgh. After the ghost tour, our group got separated temporarily because some people were walking fast and others weren't. We found the other half of the group within 5 minutes, but that situation caused us to miss the bus and we had to catch the bus at 11:24. The day was very fun, but now I am tired and tomorrow we spend much of the day driving to Wales for a new ...
... they are speaking another language! Haha) but Mel can generally understand - must be thanks to her Gran & Grandad ;-) We are heading home to the warmth now (and more Mentalist!) but are looking forward to doing more sightseeing tomorrow - including an Edinburgh Castle Tour! Hopefully it will be warmer tomorrow as it's hard to motivate yourself to walk around the streets and explore when it's this cold! We will be more prepared though and will layer up! ...