Murrayshall House Hotel
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We were fresh off a red-eye flight from Boston and after a harrowing drive from the rental car company in Edinburgh to Queensferry, had our first fish and chips in Scotland. The streets here are crazy! Sometimes two way streets will narrow so cars in each direction have to take turns. We were eager to visit Queensferry because it was named after Queen Margaret ...
... through and freezing, but because of the festival that was on I found a cool bar that had all these free shows on and it was nice and warm. I decided to watch this one called ghost cop because I heard some other people talking about it. Omg.. It was the most awkward thing I have ever seen! It was like a play that 5 year old kids would put on! So I went and found a cafe and some wifi and has a hot chocolate! I then walked around ...
... s brother's house at Sunderland about 6. She and David had prepared a lovely meal of Gammon - boiled bacon - an English specialty - very delicious. David and Eibhlin live in central Sunderland in a beautiful spot in a three story 1870's house that they have lived in and been renovating for 11 years. Quite delightful and we are very appreciative of their ...
Sunday was a lazy day that saw us spend most of our day lounging around the cottage and watching TV. In the afternoon, we got off our lazy butts and decided to head down to the Mall in Leith.
The mall was nothing special and really didn't have much in it despite spanning three floors. After a ...
... Queen Elizabeth II is in town and there was a 21 gun salute to her at 2:30 while she was presented a memorial to the city (sorry I didn't pay close enough attention to be able to tell you exactly what it was). She stays at the Palace of Holyroodhouse when she is in Edinburgh. We were having lunch in a quaint restaurant (I'll let Anne tell you more) or busy elsewhere when the 2:30 salute went off and we didn't hear it. The former ...