Grosvenor Gardens Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the smell of each, but gives a good idea of what each region has. Why we only get two Scotches and not four, one for each of the regions, is anyone's guess.
Following the tasting, we head into this massive room surrounded by unopened Scotch bottles that belong to an older collector who sold them to the museum. Very impressive collection, and we get another sample of Scotch, though was to occupied with snap-chatting ...
... there and everyone loved it. The group even had Haggis Nachos, not me. I stayed with the fried brie and raspberry sauce. We all basically licked our plate. We stumbled back to my apt but not before I took everyone to this wonderful patisserie right across the street and got them all wonderful french pastries and some chocolate truffles as well.
I made Jessie some tea and she slept on ...
... mass so were able to see fairly close. What an experience. Next we went to the elephant cafe were JK Rowling wrote the first two Harry potter books. After Sharing a lamb pie and coffee we were ready to keep going. The national museum of Scotland was our next stop and we partook in a free tour of the Scottish exhibit and learnt more about it's turbulent history. The museum itself was huge and covered everything from ancient Egypt to dolly the cloned ...
... insisted on meeting me at that very moment. After telling him my name (three times), I was actually able to get some sleep! A few of us got up early the next morning to tour the castle and walk along the Royal Mile. I personally found Windsor Castle to be much more interesting but it was still a great experience. After that, we visited the Scottish Parliament House, walked around some more, sampled tons of whiskey and fudge, then soaked up the sun on Calton ...
... of those smart phones. Edinburgh is a lovely city, more architecture than you can poke a 2B at. After dropping my stuff at the guest house I tried my luck at catching a bus into the city. Apparently all fares are £ 1.50 regardless of how far you are going, bargain. However the bus driver is cashless so you must have the correct change. That's annoying. However I did manage to find the right bus and get off at the right spot, what a clever boy I am. I decided I ...