Premier Inn Edinburgh East
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Our second day in Edinburgh was action packed. We slept in until 9:45 AM and made our first stop Holyrood Palace. A light rain was warmly welcomed by these drought conscience Californians. We skipped breakfast and instead enjoyed a lunch at a place called Oink! You guessed it - pork! Brad had his with haggis and washed it down with an Irn Bru - yup, it tastes like bubble gum. We then dropped in at Caddenfelds and bought a bottle of ...
... the world’s desire to experience
everything stereotypically Scottish.
However, when you walk the Royal Mile or the Grassmarket in
the wee hours after the bars have closed or in the early morning before the
group tourists have finished their hotel breakfasts Old Town Edinburgh is
magical. I may be inclined to say that about many European cities with
beautiful historic centers, but I find Edinburgh’s appearance and atmosphere to
be quite unique.
... amazing photo stops in the highlands.
A sieged castle, the largest mountain in the UK (Ben Nevis) and of course the famous Harry Potter bridge (seen in the Chamber of Secrets when Ron and Harry fly over the train to Hogwarts in the flying car )
One last stop, a monument to the McDonald clan who were murdered in their sleep by the Campbell's (never trust a Campbell). the Brits were (are?!) really horrible to the Scots, particularly the ...
... 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 ...
... head) of the Incorporation of Wrights and Masons. However, unknown to most gentlefolk, Brodie had a secret night-time occupation as the leader of a gang of burglars. An extra-curricular activity that was necessary to support his extravagant lifestyle which included two mistresses, numerous children and a gambling habit. To support his night-time activities Brodie had the perfect day job, part of which involved making and ...