Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Newcraighall)
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... Shop, founded in 1842. Rick Steve’s mentions that we can learn more about whiskey by attending one of their tasting sessions. The Manager, Mark, tells us that won’t be doing a tasting for the public until the next week but he invites us to crash a special tasting class that he will ...
... at Waverley Bridge, I walked back over to St Andrew Square to go on another tour which I was told took in more of Old Town and had a very humorous tour guide, which was an understatement. The tour showcased the multilevel nature of the Old Town of Edinburgh - for example, the North Bridge, which appears to just be a street lined with shops, is actually a bridge, since it passes right over the Cowgate (a street that was once used to ...
... tired, however, Rachel and I powered through it !! I must say it was a fantastic night !! We made friends with Canadian's, our Commonwealth breathren, made fun of Americans and I even got a solid Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie chant out of some locals. After various shots of jager, tequila, vodka, sambuca and whisky our night was complete, and we returned in the wee hours of the morning.
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We spent the whole day touring Edinburgh. First, we went to the Edinburgh Castle and toured both the inside and the outside. The outside was made from stone and it was very beautiful. The castle contained multiple buildings and one of the rooms we toured held the crowns of the kings and queens of Scotland. We then visited the chapel of the castle, which is the oldest building in Scotland. It is almost 1,000 years old! After finishing the tour of the ...
... William!! Due to the impending weather I made an executive decision to head towards Fort William via Glen Coe. This is a place of great significance in Scottish history due to the infamous massacre of the MacDonalds in 1692. As it was almost dark by the time we arrived due to lots of Kodak moments on the way we booked into a hotel in Fort William for the night. Donnach hadn't had much sleep as he was up early to get his flight from Belfast so Dee and I left him to ...