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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... VI and I – so he was James VI King of Scotland from 13 months after his mother, Mary Queen of Scots, was forced to abdicate in his favour. Gee, I wonder if this was his choice?? Then at about 32 years old he also became James I King of England and Ireland when Queen Elizabeth I died, as he was the great-great-grandson of Henry VII. It really took me a while to get my head around this and it is possibly the only thing that I am kind-of clear on when it comes to ...
... walkable, and its closes - narrow lanes between major buildings - lead to surprising little squares, beautiful parks, and the occasional cemetery. And it is highly civilised, with major galleries and museums all free and linked by courtesy bus.
Our four days gave us the appetite to return, though perhaps not to the Royal Mile, the "high street" stretching from Edinburgh Castle to the Parliament building, which is ...
... she is house watching for her brother) so luckily enough, Zarah was able to walk through he home of 14 yrs ago. Zarah remembered her bedroom being HUGE….however when walking in 14 yrs later and a meter taller it appeared a lot smaller than she remembered haha
Well worth the trip for Zarah…home for a cuppa and catch ups….when I say catch ups, try to get a word in with the Scottish woman who can talk!!
Aussies over and out xx
... leave the restaurant but we leave before we are kicked out. I am warned by Leonie that despite being an old small ballet teacher that she has the ability to keep people up with her snoring. Boy was she not kidding! The next day I drag my weary eyed self to breakfast and onto the bus as we head to Leeds and stop by Hadrians wall. Hadrians Wall is a UNESCO world heritage site an is a defensive fortification built circa AD 122 in Northern England. We then have lunch at Melrose where ...
... individual rooms. Rates were decent but they can be even cheaper sometimes. The location is superb: just under the High str. (remember? vertical city).
Returning to Lunasa issue. I had no luck finding the proper blueberry pie to celebrate on my own. So I bought real blueberries, cream and blueberry smoothie and had a real feast in the campus.
In the end of the day I must admit that Edinburgh is the most beautiful city in Great Britain ...