The Tudor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cause I got to meet more people on the tour that sit in the front of the bus. From Edinburgh we headed to LOCH NESS, home of the Monster and stayed in this amazing hotel that had plaid and tartan from floor to ceiling and even still used the old skeleton key to open and lock the doors! We took a wonderful cruise on Loch Ness and tasted the famous Nessie beers while searching for the monster herself. I didnt get to see her, But i did get some ...
... We then went for a walk down a street caked the royal mile which is the strip from that castle to another one. On this street there are a million street performers and cool tourist shops! I got mum and McNeil magnet and this book with our origin in it which I recon she will like! We watched some cool shows and then at 3 we decided it was time for lunch!! We went to a little cafe and I tried haggis for the first time! It was a little weird but not too bad and ...
... where we realised we hadnt printed a map to find our hotel! We tried to recall how the roads went and after a little walk in the sun we made it to our hotel. We were pleased to discover a tram line across the road from the Hotel and also a large shopping centre so we spent the rest of the evening having a wander around collecting information for the next day. The Hotel is very nice, brand new, having opened at the beginning of the ...
Well after our beautiful sunny day yesterday we woke to a very very thick mist! And very very cold! I gave breakfast a miss today and just enjoyed having a second morning at the hotel! Just enjoyed a nice mug of Twinings! We left at 8.30 for Edinburgh castle - our hotel is below it and yesterday we just looked up and it was there! Today nothing - just wet cold mist! We had a coach tour around the city ...
... we would be back in town over the three week period the show runs for. Out of hope we thought we would try and see if we could get some tickets. We were in luck, we got some of the last tickets!
We continued down The Royal Mile, heading towards Holyrood Palace. It was really interesting wandering the Royal Mile and the surrounding old town. Probably not too dissimilar to the 18th century the Mile was packed with street performers either performing ...