The Salisbury Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... saying. Finally, after slowing them down and allowing my ears to adjust to the local vernacular, I began to appreciate their message and their passion. The original Edinburgh was situated on the castle side with a body of water creating the natural boundary and another layer of protection for the city. It became evident that the waterway was not ...
... buildings and another great castle. And we got to eat haggis, which is delicious! Thursday I had mild food poisoning from aforementioned kebab so I stayed in watching Wimbledon and trashy Scottish TV. :( Friday I was feeling better and we bid Liam and Andrew adieu and drove 4 hours to Manchester. I really liked Scotland - they're sense of humour and outlook are very ...
Caught the train from York to Edinburgh today, it was roughly a 3 hour trip. Wasn't too bad the country side is pretty. Scotland itself is a pretty place until you get into the city side of it. Edinburgh is a mixture of old and modern, during the day the buildings are dark and confronting but in the evening they get lit up and look really pretty. So ...
A rainy morning and a good day to be inside, at the Bannockburn Visitor Centre. This is the place where Robert the Bruce defeated the English in 1314, a feat that eventually established lasting Scottish nationhood. Exploiting the marshy ground, Bruce won a great tactical victory against a much larger and better equipped force, and sent Edward II 'home again, tae think again' as the Flower of Scotland reminds us.
... to the mighty Arthurs seat. Calton hill does don a few landmarks though. It has a tower upon its summit which shows off views of the city and bay. The hill also boasts an art gallery which we obviously avoided. The main event upon Calton Hill is in fact what the locals in fact all Scottish people refer to as the Shame of Scotland. This is full sized and half finished Pantheon or Partheon whatever its called. The Government gathered funds to build this ...