Royal Ettrick Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in defense, it is said he opened his eyes to find the beast gone and in his hand a fragment of the True Cross. The new monastery, a tribute of gratitude, was served by Augustinian Canons from Merton Abbey near London; the small church based at Merton would provide the model for what would be built at Holyrood. This in turn was replaced by a far more imposing building, commissioned in 1190. A rival to many a cathedral for scale and grandeur, it was for over 450 ...
... days we have admired the parkland and huge escarpment just outside our front door. Today we climbed to the top of Salisbury Crags. It took me ages, with lots of stops to catch my breath, but I did it. Unfortunately it looks due west into the sun, so we couldn't see the city very well, but it was spectacular. Terry wouldn't let me go too close to the edge to take photos.
Now I am sitting on the lounge having a glass of wine.
... egg and hollandaise sauce after some muesli and fruit. Packed our bags and went to the Inn by the Harbour to see Jessica and Ben. Said our goodbyes to Jessica and the Fitzpatricks, Ben was out. Then Kate drove us to Cork airport. Had a hot toddy in the bar and caught the 3pm plane. Arrived in Edinburgh at 4.30 to realise I had left my ...
... There is no water in the moat, but it is a little way down (Ed didn't notice the drawbridge). Then under the portcullis and into the grounds proper. (Thanks to a Bob the Builder DVD, "portcullis" was one of Ed's favourite words as a little kid, a fact he has now forgotten.) We decided to get two audioguides and then noticed there was a guided tour about to take place, so we joined that. The tour was only half an hour but took ...
... and then we were able to catch the airline bus into the city and walked to our hotel. Our hotel is only a 3 min walk from Haymarket Train St and then one stop into the city centre. The hotel we are staying in is awesome, little family run hotel that is more like a B&B. They upgraded us to a bigger room for free! Our room is really cool - four poster ...