Norton House Hotel & Spa Edinburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... After tea we decide to walk to the botanical,gardens to make the most of the nice weather, lovely spot though we followed the sign to the west gate which was endless path. Only had chance for a quick stroll before the gardens closed, will come back if we get time. Back to change and then back to the city centre for a stroll. Pre dinner drinks in a lovely old pub and curry for dinner, fortunately walk home is ...
... it struck the hour, it not only played a classical piece of music, but each section had moving parts that came alive. While in the museum, some of the bands participating in the tattoo went by which we had difficulty capturing on camera. We really enjoyed our visit to the museum - afterward walking down The Royal Mile where much of the fringe ...
... buildings are old, but aren't maintained very well. After getting our bearings and looking around for a bit, we hiked up to Edinburgh castle. I couldn’t believe how crowded it was, especially compared to the other castles we had been to. You couldn’t walk in a straight line, there were that many people around you. Not being racist at all, but tourists from Asian countries need to learn the meaning of personal space. The castle’s ...
... I wasn't expecting. As it was my first night in Scotland and I wanted to immerse myself in the culture, I ordered the haggis, neeps, and tatties. While I don't think I would start eating haggis at home, I didn't mind it. Maybe I was just extremely hungry. Following our evening meal, we headed back to the hotel and got our students settled in for the night. We carried out our room checks and Don and I chatted for a bit before turning in ourselves. We are here and the tour has ...
... late in the day, so book in for two nights. The camp site is lovely and it backs onto a canal with 29 locks. The next day, we dust down our bikes, pump up the tyres, and head off along the track which runs alongside the canal and takes us into Devizes. Lots of people are walking or cycling and it was so good to be out on the bikes. We stop and watch a barge go through a lock and talk with the guy on the barge while his wife does the hard work of opening ...