King Robert Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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After a long drive up from Cambridge last night, we set out early today as we had plenty of ground to cover. We have every intention of camping our way through Scotland, but booked a room for the first night to make sure we were well rested for the first day. Our hotel was built along the historic battlefield at Bannockburn and named after King …
Its hard to believe that I’m already in my 4th week here.
I feel so settled in and comfortable finding my way around the
city. I know the bus routes and given that the city is quite small, have managed to walk a good part of it almost every day. One of the reasons this blog has been so slow in coming is that I’ve been waiting for the inevitable Scottish wet days to come ...
... grab a warm beverage, and located the darn place on your own map when the sun comes up. The maps the info desk people give look easy to follow but they often don't contain the side streets or show you that you may have to wind through a few streets before you can get on the one you need. Oh by the way if some of the above doesn't make sense it is because I am trying to write this as I am in the hostel bar during the pub ...
... so that we could maximize time in Edinburgh and simply rent a cheap hotel when we arrived late in London. However, now that we had a friend hosting us, we hoped to make an earlier train so as not to be a huge inconvenience. Our walk was in vain, as changing our tickets would have cost an additional £100 each. We noted the location of the luggage lockers we would inevitably need, then took off in the direction of New Town so I could visit my bank's ATM. ...
... shop to shop along the Royal Mile to avoid the persistent drizzle that has dogged us every day we have been in Edinburgh so far. We even found a shop where they made their own tartan fabric in the basement - huge loom machinery chugging away.
Success, I found my elusive bottle of scotch. First task completed now off for lunch, we found a ...