Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Newcraighall)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> After our tour our toes and fingers felt as if they might fall off so we thought the only logical thing to do was to go warm up with some Scottish whisky. We decided to try out the touristy Whisky Experience Tour. In the beginning of the tour you sit inside a giant barrel while this ghoulish man enthusiastically explains the whisky distillation process to you as the barrel follows him on a track through ...
... and time. The night before I check my EdFringe app to see if I have time for one more show, and realise, it's time to leave tomorrow morning. Better get some sleep.
By the time I get back to Guildford, sort out my pile of nearly 45 kg of luggage, what to take now, what to have freighted up to London, actually get to London...
I need a day just of sleep! Thanks again to my ever so patient cousin for putting me up in London. Now for a sleep.
... meant a very, very lazy day until the shows the next day.
Our first show for the evening was Lucy Beaumont. She was very funny and endearing, just gorgeous and the highlight of the night. ****
Thanks to Yelp, we found a cheap Indian meal. It was quite delicious and simple. We had a bit of time until the next show, so we headed to the Assembly venues. (Okay, the festival seems to be made up of a number of smaller festivals. Imagine the Perth fringe, ...
... many many times! Such a great evening! Lots of talk about our old uni mates, whos where, doing what etc. And we get to do it again in December with their due soon addition to their family! Cant wait!
The following morning, after a breakfast of white pudding or pus cake as cam calls it, we walked around Arthurs Seat which was beautiful and the sun even came out which was exciting! After we had said our goodbyes I hit the shops. I purchased some tweed so i would fit in ...
... we took some photo ops and move on to the Royal Mile. This was the area full for shops and was very busy.
We stopped for lunch at a middle eastern restraint and ordered a chicken and lamb shwarma. It was an interesting take as the pita bread was made more like a Panini and sealed such. Regardless it was great and nice to get some food that we hadn't had for at least a month. After lunch it was time to shop!
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