G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh
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At noon, after three airplane flights, I arrived to the elegant, stark and majestic city of Edinburgh Sofi and John came to the airport to greet me and together we took the tram to the center of town. It's the city's answer to a subway and by far a better choice. It took us through old city streets filled with spires and Georgian and Victorian buildings, then the Royal Mile, a stunning medieval street. After a taxi ride ...
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After only a little more than an hour we had arrived at Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. Exiting the train station we had no idea how far we would have to walk to get to our hostel, and there it was, right in front of the station. However, again our room was not ready to be checked into so we stored our luggage and decided to have a walk around the city.
... I tried my first local scotch and remember now why I don't drink scotch and whiskey on the rocks anymore! That definitely warmed me up from the inside out!!!
Once we were all back on the bus, it was off to Falkirk. Here we were going to see the Falkirk Wheel, a boat lift that was put in to connect two canals in 2002. The Falkirk Wheel is quite unique in that it is connecting two canals that are actually 115 ...
... stop Rick couldn't wake him up and was nervous about missing the stop so he left him passed out on the bus (which everyone gave him a lot of **** about - I feel bad for the guy because I don't think he drinks much and isn't around drunk people very often; but it's still common sense don't leave someone passed out on the bus.. Drag them off or tell the bus driver or get someone to help you take him off the bus then get someone from the hotel to help ... To make things ...
My first stop in Scotland was Glasgow where I met up with a Matt from the Irish tour and we went sightseeing around the city and the the Necropolis graveyards. It's was a real uni town with some cool indie bars. We then got the train to Edinburgh, where I stayed right near the Royal mile. This was my favourite city in the UK. Walking down the Royal mile was like walking back in time. I went to to see Edinburgh Castle also hiked up to Arthurs seat. You could ...