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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... the views weren't the best.
I meandered my way back down the Mile, stopping at a cafe for hot chocolate and cake to warm up. Not too far from the cafe was a gallery selling old art prints and the like - I spent ages browsing through them and eventually settled on a print of the mountains at Glencoe, which I'd seen in person yesterday. The print is from the late 1800's or so, but the shop had some maps dating back to the 1600's! From there I made my way down to the bottom of ...
... for the Queen’s Scottish home – which may or may not have remained her home pending the pending Independence vote). We ambled up Calton Hill, pausing at the Old Calton Burial Ground (and apparent bath house shena****ns after hours) and climbing the lane to: The (Robert) Burns Monument, Democracy Cairn, The National Monument, and Nelson Monument/Tower.
Jacob’s Ladder led us down ...
... drop (the bar right across from where the gallows used to be... Get it?) After hitting a cider and a real american Blue Moon beer we went in search of the Real Mary King's close tour. Sadly or perhaps luckily it was fully booked so we booked for midday Sunday and then went on the dinner hunt.
We found this Thai place that was doing 3 courses for 15 pound and we thought damn thats us! After 3 courses and a bottle of red we went back to the hostel to watch the live ...
... is fired so that everyone is on the same time. Very antiquated but cool.
After the castle we walked to the Elephant House. This is a coffee house and restaurant that is the birthplace / inspiration for the Harry Potter Novels. Evidently J.K. Rowling would frequent the place the view out the window to Edinburgh castle was the inspiration for much of her stories. The view of the castle from the window actually looks ...
... and he decided roast potatoes were better the those big hand cut chips....who was he kidding.
Next stop was Holyrood Palace. Holyrood Palace is Queenies official residence in Scotland and you can actually take the tour through and see some of the rooms as they are used today. This was very exciting. Thanks again Jannie and I thought you would appreciate I managed to get Staff to this one as well. Queenie actually spends one week here at ...