The Royal Scots Club
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Great location , very quiet & very affordable
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Awright blog followers -- Gillie Bean and Giggles here. Today was again a very rainy day here in Scotland, but we were very busy. We started off with a yummy breakfast of pancakes and eggs benedict at our hotel. After breakfast we took a cab to meet Lynda's Mom and Dad at their house. They graciously invited all of us to join them for lunch and try haggis for the first ...
Today was our final day on our Haggis Adventure! We went straight to the beach in Oban which had been sandbagged and fenced off in places due to the massive tides bringing up huge amounts of seaweed onto the roads, and despite a patch of bluefish sky it snowed on the beach while we were there. Definitely NOT a normal beach experience! Then it was on to Kilchurn Castle, an amazing place located in seemingly the middle of nowhere surrounded by a lake and snow, which gave the vibe of being ...
... a special evening. I am attempting to produce a play along with my friends Brian Hook and Louis Hartshorn called BEULAH. We held a special performance, one night only of the production at The Assembly Rocket Space. It was a lovely intimate downstairs space and it was packed with a ton of NY producers including Elysabeth Kleinhans and Peter Tear of 59E59 Theatres (I had hoped to land BEULAH as part of 59E59 "Brits Off-Broadway"). I ...
... 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.
... The city is broken into two different sections, both with a completely different feel. Kathleen and I spent 99% of our time in old town. Throughout the tour, Johnney shared tons of amazing and interesting stories.
For you Harry Potter fans, J.K. Rowling wrote the majority of her books in Edinburgh. Johnney took us by the restaurant where she physical wrote them, the cemetery where she got a few of the names (we actually saw Thomas Riddle's grave) and the school ...