Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Musselburgh)
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... for a gin martini, a soupcon of vermouth, and a skewer of alternating olives and onions will be met with an audible “Where are you from? Do you know where you are?” I’m unsure he knew he used his outside voice but the soon to arrive gin and funky tonic salved my bruised feelings. The fare was simple but tasty, caringly prepared and served in a manner befitting the vibe of the place. Living proof they live their motto “we serve good food, not fast food” Amen. ...
... from for Paris on Saturday). The maps (both paper and IPhone) showed the shortest route as being to cut through the park at Calton Hill which is behind the hotel. We got to the walk path and turned onto it. Bad mistake. The one thing the map didn't warn us about was the path climbed the hill. Now most people in any type of shape (other than round) would look at this and say "you're kidding right"? No, not kidding. I live in ...
On Tuesday we arrived in Edinburgh by train, a really old compact nice city lovely to just walk around and very safe. We are staying in a huge old Georgian apartment overlooking a park.. Very comfortable and central. Wednesday we did a full day 8am-8pm tour of the highlands and Loch Ness in the "wee red bus" had a guide called Andy who spun tales, told stories of horrible history events, was ...
... and stonework given its age
- My favourite so far: Dunnottar castle, which was out of a bit rock in the ...
... of rain (they provided official tattoo ponchos for us just in case!). The show was great - all of the acts were really good, the New Zealanders started off a bit strangely (the Haka and bagpipes don't really go together) but it ended up going ok in the end. The Singaporean army were great (I imagine they have been practicing for a while) and the steel marching band from the carribean were great! They even had a tartan clad pony come out at the very end, he was lovely! Glad we went, it ...