Edinburgh Minto Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a good thing out cases are full as we could of decorated our whole house from there. I don't which is more dangerous The Range or Ikea. Home again for tea, Allan joined us for a delicious meal of roast chicken with all the trimmings even Yorkshire puddings which I had never tried before coming here so will have to make them at home. Nerissa experimented with dessert tonight - Apple pie with ...
... still sleepy and opted out of hiking to the monument but I saw it from a distance, very cool! 4) Probably my favorite stop - Loch Katrine - seeing places that are this beautiful make it hard to see the negative in anything. I just stood there in awe, and got a strange sense of the importance in seeing these things. To constantly be surrounded by natural beauty. As if to remind us that the world is a beautiful place no matter what is happening in our own small ...
... countries, where she entertained and was entertained by many foreign (and subject) dignitaries. It is estimated that many billions of pounds were negotiated on these trips.
The royal family seems to love the sea with special mention of Anne, Margaret and Diana - and, of course, Her Majesty. The yacht was used for 4 royal honeymoons. A tradition was established for the royal family to gather on the yacht for a yearly "sail" each summer before withdrawing ...
... the building appears very old, but seems surprisingly newish inside. They have quite a new pipe organ (1992) for example, but I think it was also relatively sparse for a cathedral which gave it an air of freshness. Tea and coffee in the cafe was very welcome. The underground tour was excellent, portraying how life would have been living in Mary King's close over the centuries. Every story told was true. We ...
... that she had already been given her punishment and anything else was an act of God. Furthermore, because her wedding vows were considered done after death, Maggie was no longer married!
On the second half of the tour, we went to Greyfriars church and graveyard and learned about a dog named Bobby who guarded his masters grave for 14 years. His master was the night watchman of the graveyard before he died. J.K. Rowling also used to walk around this graveyard, and ...