Hudson Hotel & Bar
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... couldn't be any more perfect and we were told by a Scot that for at least the next week there shouldn't be any rain and they expect a perfect 'second summer'. The Scots are very happy to share their opinion and advice on where to go and what to see and I find them so lovely. Yes, this is where I truly feel the adjective 'lovely' was born. The people are very sweet and accommodating without hesitating a second to make you feel like you have ...
... with live music nearly everyone said it was the best thing of the trip! We learned a few set dances – social dances that involve a whole group – I can’t remember all of the specific dances but we definitely did Gay Gordons and the Flying Scotsman. It ended with everyone in a circle singing, and ultimately dancing to Auld Lang Syne ...
... idea of Diagon Alley.
Saturday we split up (8 people is a lot to trot around and make decisions with!), so three of us headed to Arthur's Seat, a dormant volcano pretty much in the centre of Edinburgh. It was quite the hike and our legs still haven't recovered, but the views were worth it!
In the afternoon we did the Real Mary King's Close (a close is a narrow street or alley) tour which brings you through underground streets ...
... cargo, now it is a neighborhood famous for it's fine dining and water front tourism.
Though it runs through the heart of the city, the path feel like miles from anywhere. Designated as an Urban Wildlife Site, the wooded river banks host wildflowers, ancient woodlands, and over 80 species of birds. The river is home to large numbers of brown trout, and many other kinds of fish. If you're lucky, you might even see an otter, badger, or roe ...
... some advertising but no advertising is allowed above this. The buildings therefore,look neat and tidy with no garrish advertising. Above their doorways they sometimes have symbols of their wares. Edinburgh reminds me of Newcastle, with the development on the hill area(mind you newcastle doesn't have a castle, just Christ Church Cathedral). Along the dockside there's development as in Newcastle, and now an upmarket area(Leith). In the Old Town between shops, there ...