Holiday Inn Edinburgh City - West
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... it's the National Gallery of Scotland art museum (free admission) which has been opened since 1859 and is the absolute perfect start to be introduced to the rich culture here. Outside the museum on the 'Mound', as they call this centrally located area, we hear the bagpipe music and we can't but help follow to see what is going on. We step out to see a Scot in traditional dress playing his song with the backdrop of wind blowing and breathtaking views. ...
... that is a mixture of lamb parts, oatmeal, and spices. Everyone at least took a bite, and some even liked it! From there we walked to our Scottish dancing lesson. I’ll admit that this is the part of the tour I was most nervous about – I didn’t know if the kids would be into it or if they’d think it was lame. After our ...
... Our guide took us through a grave yard where Rowling got inspiration for a number of character names including Professor McGonagall and Tom Riddle (who's gravestone actually reads Tom Riddell, but this wouldn't work for the anagram in the story). We saw the school her children attended and which became the inspiration for Hogwarts as it has four houses (her kids belonged to the equivalent of Gryffindor!). Finally, we ended at the place ...
Greetings from Edinburgh!! It's mid day on July 31st, sitting down relaxing with a drink in hand ( glayva, Scottish liquor) Gonna try this blog thing, here goes.... We landed yesterday at Edinburgh airport around 11am, made our way to our apartment (47 George IV Bridge road) and spent most of the afternoon walking around getting to know the old town. Edinburgh is broken down into many areas ( like NYC), ...
As we trekked back to the car, there were very few places that looked like somewhere we could get in to eat. When we were almost back to the car, we found another pub. This one served food, unlike the last place we were at. We walked in and ordered beer and food. Logan fell to comfort food, a burrito, and I fell to my comfort food, ale and steak pie with mashed potatoes. The food was awesome! Or we were just so cold and hungry that hot food ...