Norton House Hotel & Spa Edinburgh
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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The date is May 31st 2014, our youngest daughters wedding.We were very lucky with the weather, it was a gorgeous day. Everything went very smoothly, and a great time was had by all.
All of the guest were dressed beautifully and the kids were fab. The grounds of the hotel were a stunning backdrop for the official photographs.
our meal …
Today was one of those days where all you want to do is stay inside all rugged up in your pjs where it is warm and dry. We have snow, wind and rain so the morning was spent in my pjs before venturing out later in the day. The morning started off a little earlier than normal (8:30am but I am on holidays so that's ok) because I wanted to Skype the family before bedtime so a great chat to the family left ...
... creepy. On to Deanston Distillery where we went on a tour and did some tastings. It was interesting and the whisky was really good! Last stop of the day was Doune Castle. The castle is historically important and interesting in its own right, but it is also the filming sight for all except one castle scene of Monty Pythons Holy Grail (the one scene was filmed at a castle we pasted the day before). The audio guide took you through the castle giving both the ...
... get a chance to hang in Hyde Park or check out Portobello Road markets or any outdoorsy activities, next time. Instead I spent lots of time hanging out in English pubs with a warmish beer and a pie, mash and pea combo. This I also enjoyed greatly!
From London I caught the fast train to Birmingham to meet up with Lock. After a wander around the area we were staying in, finding the Gay Village to be misleadingly named, we sat at a cute bar named Penny Blacks on the ...
... Becky got really excited, so I convinced her to go on a squirrel hunt so it would be quiet. The bus turned up about 10 minutes later. We bought our tickets, then climbed up to the open top of the double decker bus. As we drove around the city, we saw big Victorian buildings, castles, and a statue of the guy who invented the mini-kilt. An hour later, we got off the bus, and tried to decide where to go next. We ended up going to ...