BEST WESTERN Braid Hills Hotel
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... The site has also been the subject of several TV series and at least one other movie.
We took the underground to Euston Station and then a district train to Bletchley where we must have looked like tourists because the station master asked if we were going to the Bletchley Museum and pointed out the direction. The entrance is about 100 metres up the road from the station and very well marked.
... to hear the scottish accents on arrival. Our acccommodafion is a bit different being University Halls let in the off weeks. Rooom is small (perfect for one) but adequate with ensuite. Bed seems fine, just a double but we will sleep well! Evening meal in a local pub after a stroll, up the Royal Mile which is pretty amazing and ramped up for the Festival which starts next ...
... a version of Dracula at a different venue, Pleasance courtyard. I had a few beers while I was waiting and a few when Mickey came out. We made our way back to our venue for cheaper drinks and maybe a few shots. We get a discount because we have a show running there. They ran out of jäger!!! Can you believe it? What kind of place is this? Not the pearl might I add! I met a really nice bartender named grace with whom I spent the next hour ...
... of gold from the sceptre and crown is a drab looking stone: the stone of destiny. It's a carved rectangular stone that the kings of Scotland and all the monarchs of England have under their throne from which they are crowned. Although it appears as only a rock it's significance is fascinating.
We explore the city byway of the hop on hop off bus. The city streets are crowded with tourists and residents alike. We see Spoon, a coffee house that the tour guide points ...
... we hadn't seen before- all with that same familiar gothic look. We spend a good amount of time relaxing and enjoying the views, laughing, and wishing we had longer on this adventure. From our spot, we noticed a large hill on the right with a bunch of people standing on the very top, and other's climbing down, we realized it was the people from our group on Arthur's Seat. After realizing they were heading down, we also started to head back. We were ...