Travelodge Edinburgh Dreghorn
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... up with my friend Cheryl's daughter..Bethany. Beff and I did some lunch then wandered about the bottom end of the mile..before making our way back up through the big Cemetery where we saw people had pitched a tent ? Curious ? I love reading the Headstones, some people had some tough lives that's for sure.. We then went and had a drink at a local Pub. I have been drinking cider because it's cheaper than coke..No wonder the Scots drink ...
... dont use blackout curtains. Even my host Fiona tells me she sleeps with the blinds up.
Better not waste time as its bound to cloud over and rain, typical Scotland. Well yes it does rain, but not before i take in the city sights. Lots to see here and plenty of lovely green space. Its a good city for walking, except the rather steep lanes near the Edinburgh Castle.
The next few days are spent wandering the streets in all directions. ...
... Even though I loved the atmosphere of the hostel, my favorite part was the location. It is right in the heart of Edinburgh in the Grass Market area. Pubs, stores, museums, coffee shops, and the Edinburgh Castle are all located within a 5-10 minute walk. It definitely made exploring Edinburgh super easy and fun. Once we found the hostel, we checked in, dropped our stuff off, grabbed a quick dinner, went back to hostel, and went ...
... our slow and painful descent we set out to wander back into town and have some lunch. Haggis time! Now let me set the story straight. Haggis has sheep's belly and all sorts of innards, but at least we know exactly what goes in it. Throw in some oats and spices and there you have it. Now do you even know whats in hot dogs. Or a four n twenty meat pie? you can't even google the ingredients so how sinister are they really in comparison to the almighty Haggis. ...
... along with Alok (the guy that stole kathleen's bed.) There was also another guy, Michael from Australia, who was currently living in England working as a substitute teacher. We told them about trivia and they all decided to go.
The 5 of us headed back to the cafe and sat at a booth in the back. Our team name was "The Foreigners." We kicked butt on a few of the rounds, especially the Science round, but finished second to last. We had a great time and made new friends. ...