Premier Inn Edinburgh East
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... In this room we were allowed to browse and sip on our whisky while hearing more about the various types of bottles and brands in the room. In addition to learning more about the history we were given the proper whisky tasting techniques, which included the swirl and sniff.
After we were done with our whisky we were told that we could take home the glass that we were given to drink out of and ...
... of tour. Reasons it was amazing and things I learned/loved... 1) Russell, the tour guide, said the word "rubbish" constantly. 2) Learned some interesting city facts! Edinburgh built a wall around the city to protect themselves, but the city became so populated that they ran outta room for people. Since they couldn't grow outward, they grew upward - 14 story building built 500 years ago, which is actually quite a lot! Also, back in the day, The average citizen ...
... Gadsby getting ready for her show. Aussie celebrity spotting!
The start of the next day, was very late... Somehow time got away from us. On our way into town, we saw and waved to Dave Callan. The look on his face as he waved back indicated that he was wondering if he knew those crazies across the road.
We were running a little bit late to Alfie Moore's show. It was a nice show, about his time as a copper. It was a shame about some audience members in ...
... of Scots had. Very fascinating. The house, with it's beautiful old wooden beams and walls is really unique and wonderful to see.
While on the street called "The Royal Mile", I went in a Church built for Thomas Moodie. It is very lovely and is quite surrounded by gravestones.
I would love to spend much more time in this lovely city but time moves on and so must I.
I am now on a fast train to Glasgow. It is a beautiful day with sun, even! The countryside ...
... started looking the same with similar items in all of them. It would be a lot like walking through London and only seeing items with Big Ben on them. Either way it was a blast.
Since the day was looking a bit cloudy, we decided to head into a museum for a little while and avoid any rain that might have come our way. This is when we went into the Museum of Scotland. The museum was enjoyable and about medium in size. It was featuring a ...