Novotel Edinburgh Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Edinburgh Park
Bare feet on a wet carpet? Is there a russian tank build into the wall, or is it the heater/aircon?
It's nine minutes to Seven - DON'T YOU DARE to get yourself a coffee! We start working at Seven. Is that service? A nice stay?
Go there, and find out!
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... for lost travellers. It was possibly the happiest moment of my life. Camille (our host) was very understanding, patient and didn't seem to mind me sobbing uncontrollably on her shoulder (okay not really sobbing....more like soft whimpering) as she led us up to her and Maxs' (her partner) apartment. They went to the party and we collapsed into bed. Never, ever, ever driving while on holiday, ever again. Day 17 (Saturday 29 August) Had to drive the rental car to the drop off ...
... After this I continued up to road until i reached the queuing area around the base of the Edinburgh Kirk, a large church that sits just outside the castle. I grabbed a quick bite to eat for on of the nearby shops and stood in line to wait. For whatever reason, they decided to let us in early an the growing crowd slowly made its way up the last length of road and into the ground of the castle to find our seats in the stands. My seat was block 15 row BB seat 1 - I was second row ...
... was a fun experience and we got to see the amazing collection that they have. One of the bottles was well over 100 years old. And as you may know, the older the whiskey the better! After getting quite lost, we finally found the Marshmallow Lady! It's a homemade marshmallow shop with so many delicious flavors. It was well worth the stop. We found a great place for dinner called Rascals and the cheeseburger I got was amazing. We resisted the chocolate fudge cake ...
... live' is not a good way of saying it...it was a very thought provoking and at times sombre tour. Next we went to the Military Tattoo. We had great seats, it didn't rain, the wind blew high, the wind blew low, oh Doonald where's ya troosers. The Tattoo was fantastic, we loved the show. We were seated facing the Castle where the cast entered the parade area, best view ever, could see everything really well. The real highlight were ...
... Exiting the graves we saw a young man taking pictures of a sign just inside the gate. Seeing him take pictures of the sign made us wonder if we were missing out on something, so we started taking pictures. Seeing us take pictures he turned to us and said in an American accent, 'Adam Smith is buried here!' I was shocked. I had no idea he was from Scotland, let alone buried there and I instantly regretted not looking more closely at the gravestones. The others didn't know who he was, ...