Edinburgh Capital Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... tend to blank the memories of 4am starts and late returns days later, exhausted. More time spent in hotel beds than in my own takes its toll. And when I wasn't working more travels! Family time. Barcelona, Costa Brava and Ceret as well as trips to see family and friends.. Don't worry, this is not one of those "where have you been" Facebook quizzes. No, this is just by way of introduction as I lie in the dark and wonder at the trip ...
... lights. The view over Edinburgh from the hill was amazing. We then headed down the hill to find an ice cream shop which someone had been to a few years ago to find banoffee ice cream (banana and toffee flavor). It is really good, especially paired with chocolate ice cream.
After the ice cream we were off to find The Elephant House. The Elephant House is the cafe that J.K. Rowling ...
... at Edinburgh station, Mike and Teresa were hiring a car and driving to the Lake District. I walked back to my little flat. That afternoon I went up to Edinburgh castle, absolutely heaving with tourists even though it is not peak season. I saw the statue of William Wallace which was my main goal. I also bought a nice cashmere jumper which was the one thing I have been keen to buy, in a lovely dark ...
... was the "sad-off". This is similar to a rap-battle, apart from you score points by "out-sading" the other person. Review 2 - Carla's Parley for Power Carla was nice enough to get us on the guest list for her 30min show about a cat and dog debating whether they should be labelled "pets". This was very cleverly written with the initial debate having the cat against humans calling animals pets, while the dog was pro-pet. Carla wrote and performed the music with a member from ...
... we wandered down to Gladstone's Land, a little further down from the castle. This is a building being preserved by the Scottish historic society. The building has had a couple of extensions and demolitions in its 400 year history. Some of the furniture represent incredible workmanship. Liam got to see what was used as a toilet back in the 17th century. Liam was also fascinated with the fact that a baby's basket/basinet has not changed much in ...