Premier Inn Edinburgh Leith Waterfront
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Edinburgh Leith Waterfront
No complaints , will stay again , food next door very reasonable and tasty and inexpensive , kids eat free , Fish and chips amazing. A must stay to avoid the parking issues in Edinburgh. Very modern reception and rooms crisp and clean.....
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We started the day with a self guided tour of the Edinburgh castle. We saw the crown jewels and royal church. Afterwards, we were given hours of free time in the city alone. Me, Dylan, Daniel, and I walked around together and at at a cute little cafe for lunch. We also went in an adorable book store and a cute clothing store where Daniel bought …
Well, Oana's Mum went home early and so Oana's ex'es parents (read that again if you need to) had a spare ticket, so Oana graciously invited me!
I was told (I think) it was a jazzy cruise and to dress with a "sparkly top", with dinner and drinks.
Completely the opposite! On a tug-sized "boat" with a two-man band, all guest and crew had jeans, parkas, sneekers, etc etc. Dinner was a roll with steak and a small side of coleslaw and salad; oh and don't forget ...
... her family around the world on holiday or official state functions. This is a very well organized and informative tour. Once again I would highly recommend this as a fun day out in Edinburgh. This vessel was completed in April 1953. The Britannia replaced the Victoria & Albert III and all the silver, linen and glass was transferred to the Britannia. This ship has five decks and is in immaculate shape. This was also built with close supervision by the Queen herself approving ...
... differences everywhere you look. It's been the first stop of the trip where I'm pretty sure there were more tourists visiting then people that lived there. Therefore we didn't go and see many of the tourist attractions. A couple of the main attractions that we did see was of course the Royal Mile and the Castle.
The Royal Mile is the road that leads up to the castle and it is a historic ...
... of the world’s most important bird sanctuaries. Before the birds got to it though, it was a site for an ancient hermitage, a lighthouse, a castle, and a prison. Its location at the mouth of the Firth of Forth made it a convenient jumping off spot for fugitives of the various interclan skirmishes. Yes, we are back to the turbulent nature of Scottish politics. Incredibly, like a lot of land ownership in Scotland, the rock is owned by the ...