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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... for, and even ventured around to find a sandwich shop that I had loved when I was there previously! It was a place called Oink, where they serve some of the best pork sandwiches that I have ever had! I couldn't resist not going back there! It was just as good as I remembered! We all met up again in the afternoon, and headed over to Calton Hill. I had not had the opportunity to go to Calton Hill the last time I was Edinburgh, so I was glad to be able to go somewhere new! ...
... we had the pleasure of having a continental breakfast. That is right not just bread and cereal. We are talking a spread of meats and cheeses as well as croissants and waffles. Yes waffles which we indeed took advantage of both mornings by making ourselves over indulge to the point of bursting just to save us money for later in the day. We head out for a stroll around the city and trot through the Calton Hill. This hill is quite high, although it is puny ...
... and with the sun finally shining, and being the last day of a long weekend, it appears that all of the UK has decided to head up to the Lakes District. All of the villages are totally packed and the narrow, windy roads make it a slow trip through this area.
The Lakes District lives up to its reputation. The scenery is gorgeous. Private houses dot the lakes' edges with small ...
... continued her
stories. She finished the tour in front of the Scottish National War Memorial,
leaving us to visit the parts of the castle that were of particular interest. I
viewed the Scottish Crown Jewels and the War Memorial before leaving the
castle, walking through the Princes Street Gardens to the hotel.
Dinner was Chinese - at Jimmy Chung's All You Can Eat Buffet - not bad - there's plenty to choose from and it's regularly refreshed.
... we walked through. The tour company are the only ones that have access to this part of the graveyard and apparently there has been signs of ghost action, people with bruises, scratch marks, bite marks that they can't explain but nothing happened whiles we were all squished into a tomb together as the tour guide tried her best to scare us! Wednesday (15th) we visited St Giles cathedral first up, it was interesting that the site has been sacred holding many churches over the last ...