Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh - Waterfront
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Edinburgh - Waterfront
Very comfortable,. Was given personal treatment. Rooms clean and spacious. Breakfast plentiful with healthy choices. Near shopping centre and bus stops, for both tourist and commuters. Royal yacht Britannia a walk away and a must see. Only downside perhaps is distance from city, takes a bus 20-30 minutes.
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Weather: Rain north of Edinburgh, cloudy, chilly.
It was a wet farewell from the lovely sunny warm welcome the Gow's had given me. Rosemary drove me to Kinross bus station for the 11.35am bus to Edinburgh. On arrival I arranged train travel to Chester in Cheshire, and accommodation there.
Walked up the gradual hill to Edinburgh castle on …
Weather: Sunny, mild, rather windy.
Started the day with the nearby Hop on hop off bus to city, finishing the tour of yesterday.
I had a while to fill in but not enough time, or energy?, to climb the 287 steps of Scott monument, so instead went on the nearby 'Ferris wheel' which gave 3 revolutions with good views over the city. A lazy extra …
Weather: Cloudy, cool - very cool. needing more clothes on! Rain as soon as Tattoo finished!!!
Slept in. Late breakfast/brunch in hotel. Bus into city. Booked Bus & Boat tours. The city was busy, busy. I was told there were 2 cruise ships in Edinburgh, plus school holiday travellers, Fringe Festival 'revellers', etc.
Did a 1 hour 'hop …
Weather: Cloudy, mild.
Time to move on. Farewell Janet, then to Peter who drove me to Menston railway station. Got the 9.50 train to Leeds, then later the 11.08am to Edinburgh. Until York the train was crowded and I learned from the gentleman sitting next to meet that there was a horse racing event. I was glad I had prebooked my seat. A …
... But we enjoyed our time there, admiring the sign for the men's restroom which was complete with a man having a monocle and mustache...only in Scotland. We even split a bit of scotch-whiskey. We had finally warmed up and decided it was time to go home. Which meant we had to put our wet coats, scarves and gloves back on...ugh.
We made it back to the car, freezing again, and headed to the hotel. It was a little difficult to find ...