Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh - Royal Mile
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The staff was very helpful, and very friendly. We felt at home here. We were given an assistance needed room, and the facilities were more than adequate for our needs.
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... This was a museum full of really cool inceptions and things that play with your brain. It was very interesting and I would definitely recommend it.
The sun started to set at 4.30pm! As we were getting hungry and it was dark we found a pub to have dinner. Julia and Mark had a traditional Scottish dish called Haggis. Haggis consists of Sheep's liver, heart and lungs stuffed inside the sheep's stomach lining. I ...
We had our second performance yesterday and it went well. We had 70 people in the audience, which was surprising to me but what the hell. I had my new guitar and we borrowed a very nice piano from The Blues Brothers along with two new sheet music stands. Both Steve and I were excited. Of course, you are always met with surprises here at The Fringe. Steve's piano was very loud, so much so that neither of us could hear ...
... ll add some photos. We also saw plenty of kilts and bagpipes which was great. On Monday we saw Edinburgh Castle which was really good. There was so much history to hear about and see which was definitely worth the visit, and it doubled as a museum too which saved us time. Lachie tried Haggis with tatties and neeps and was actually surprisingly tasty (although we still don't know what neeps is), I even had ...
... steps on the stone stairs. At the writers museum they said that they used to build stairs with at least one step of a different height so that someone unfamiliar with the house would trip himself up and warn the occupants. The stairwells all had a thick rope all the way down to hold on to. There was a great old printer ...
... tour started at 9.45am and seeing it was almost that , we took the tour. Very informative and gives you a good indication of what it is all about. After the tour you can just walk around at your own pace and look at all the items that have been pointed out to you. Really raining heavy by now, so we spend a fair amount of time inside the various museums in order to keep dry. Also visited the vault which contains the Scottish Crown Jewels. At ...