Travelodge Edinburgh Dreghorn
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... 8 "haggis nuggets". They were battered, but we thought we'd get the idea of general haggisicity. We asked about Mars bars, and the girl said they could deep-fry any chocolate bar we wanted, so we took her up on it. We got a Mars bar and a Bounty bar, battered and deep-fried. And we took it all home (along with the rest of our dinner) and it was good. All of it. The haggis was very tasty, and a good smooth texture. I thought it might be a ...
... as we got deeper into the city, the mood changed drastically. We saw the castle in the distance, gothic buildings left and right! Each street had as many gorgeous buildings as we'd seen on the rest of the trip so far. Bright lights and colors lit up the neat architecture, double decker busses passed by, and cemeteries looked creepier than ever. The cold seemed less harsh and by the time we walked a good distance, we didn't even want to turn around and head ...
... for room to land.
Not far along we stopped at Tantallon Castle, built in the mid 1300's, and stronghold of the Red Douglases. Over the centuries it withstood three seiges, but after Cromwell attacked it with his cannon in 1651, it was left in ruins. It is in a magnificent position, high on the clifftops overlooking the Firth of Forth.
We stopped for lunch at St Abbs, a small fishing village with a tiny harbour. We took the coast road ...
... this is. No response to emails or Facebook messages to be had and I wonder how we ever got by without technology. In the meantime I try to check in for my Cosmos tour on Monday however being a Sunday the staff are not available. With 20 minutes to our reservation at Joel Rubuchon's L'atelier, I am left in a state of distress at the possibility that we will miss our booking and that they will not honour it if we are late. Thankfully Karen hears me talking to the reception staff ...
... just been called, so some other driver told us. He told our driver of an alternative road, which by the way started off with "this road is not suitable for busses". No problem, we're not really a bus, just a mini bus. It was a single lane road with minuscule passing bays, and of course we had to be on the drop side, so I was not looking when people were saying ...