Premier Inn Edinburgh A1 (Newcraighall)
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... either way Roslyn Chapel is doing well and is working to restore this wonderful treasure. If you ever reach Scotland put this on the must do list.
We packed a lot in during our time in Edinburgh but it was worth it, so much great history in this city. We had some fantastic Turkish food on Friday night, rated one of the best restaurants in the city and our meal was under £30 which is a steal in the UK and that included beer and wine. After dinner we ...
... is quite unadorned by most forms of the artwork that proliferate in
Catholic churches. The cathedral includes a life size bronze statue of John
Knox, the spiritual leader of the Reformation in Scotland who was partly
responsible for the anti-Catholic iconoclasm that busted up much of the great earlier
Christian artistic and architectural heritage of Scotland. Know is still viewed
as a great reformer, but should also be recognized as a 16th ...
... meeting some of the local Harry Kewels (Hairy Cows) before we went to see Nessy. We were warned by locals that it probably wasn't wise to swim there in December, so instead we took some photos of the beautiful Loch and continued on to Culloden. In the mid 1700's the Highlanders were slaughtered by the English in this horrible battle that now had very moving monument to commemorate those lives lost. As we neared Inverness we saw a primitive tomb (Clava Cairns) ...
... and vanilla-like in the Highlands and Speyside to citrus and smokey in the Lowlands and Islay.
After a short presentation about the different regions and types of whisky we were able to choose the one we would most like to try. I chose Speyside because I thought it had a great mix of sweet yet forest-like aromas.
... 22 bus back to Ocean Drive for 1 pound 50 each. Double decker bus so we of course had to sit up the top! Got off at the Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre & had tomato/basil soup & brown bread. Delicious! Walked to Teuchters Landing to taste some whisky! Tried 2 different ones. Julie not too keen but Shirl quite fancied the whisky! Maybe further practice is required. Dinner at Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre at Frank & Benny's American Italian restaurant. Photos to follow! ...