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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
TripAdvisor Reviews Piries Hotel Edinburgh
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... we left we all packed into the car to head down to the carvery. I have never seen dan so excited. Huge amounts of meat and unlimited sides for it. I was so full it hurt. It was nice to go out to dinner with my grandma and grandpa and we were so thankful since it was lovely. Before I left my grandma reminded me that I needed to tell my family I was moving on. A two hour facetime later with my Momma later, I think I accomplished that and my Grandma and ...
... Yacht Britannia was anchored up. We did think there was going to be a harbour and some sand to walk on but there was nothing but a big boat, a shopping centre and a work yard..back we returned to the city but was worth a try. All we did then was get back on another bus, hopped off in a small town to get something for tea, back on a bus again and back to Seton Sands for the night. Again this morning we woke and got up early. Had coffee, showered, got ready and hit the road. ...
... But we enjoyed our time there, admiring the sign for the men's restroom which was complete with a man having a monocle and mustache...only in Scotland. We even split a bit of scotch-whiskey. We had finally warmed up and decided it was time to go home. Which meant we had to put our wet coats, scarves and gloves back on...ugh.
We made it back to the car, freezing again, and headed to the hotel. It was a little difficult to find ...
... and wound up to the top. Doug found the cobblestones very hard to walk on so spent the time in the Museum of Scottish Military History which he enjoyed very much. He had been to the castle previously so didn't miss anything. At the completion of the tour we looked at The Great Hall where we thought how dreadful some of the weapons were, then went across to the Royal Palace after viewing the Scottish Crown Jewels. A very quick look at the Scottish ...
... was the quickest ferry I have ever been on and we were there more beautiful scenery. Checked into our little hostel scored the bloody top bunk again I will be glad to never see another top bunk again! Then we bused it Dow to the co-op (shop) bought little disposable barbecues, Kasey got left behind along with a couple of others so a couple of us stocked up with enough to share we made a fresh salad ...