Premier Inn Lauriston Place
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Despite having a population of almost half a million, to us Edinburgh feels like a walkable village.
And walk we have!! We have done not only all of the touristy stuff in town, but we have been through Stockbridge and Leith several ...
commercialism to supply their prosaic desires – shops selling cheap t-shirts,
kilts, shortbread, whisky and almost anything stereotypically Scottish;
bagpipers busking for donations surrounded by Chinese tourists getting photographed
with the local exotics; corny tours promoting a “Haunted Edinburgh” fright
night tour of crypts and graveyards. In some respects I preferred relatively un-touristed
Glasgow to Edinburgh’s willingness ...
Our tour continued onto the isle of Skye, for breathtaking sights (even if we were legitimately in the clouds), scotch pies, the faeries waterfall for more wishes, and a healing river that divided two battling highland families. That evening, at Saucy Mary's, we got stuck into more Haggis, some drinking games and big night of vodka room parties which were full of spaceships, bets/agreements and sleeping on the stairs.
From Skye we headed south ...
... it was after 3 by this stage. Then made my way to The National Museum of Scotland. After such a big day so far I found the amount of displays quite overwhelming. I did go and find Dolly the Sheep, and there is an F1 car on display from around 1970. Had a bit of a wander through the Scotland display but gave up half way from so much walking! Might try and go back and see a bit more if I've ...
... called to the spotlight in a doctor's room to act out how victims were being killed. Needless to say I have clearly found my calling of being an actress. It was funny and a little bit spooky but most importantly I had fun and learned some interesting history.
We went on a night tour called the The Dark Side after Katie and I tried some delicious haggis, neeps, and tatties ( potatoes and possibly turnips with haggis). The night tour took us all around the ...