Travelodge Edinburgh Musselburgh
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Edinburgh Musselburgh
arrived to a very hot room and unkept grounds. A bored receptionist and pretty tired albeit serviceable room. Will never book travelodge again - it is budget but not nice
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... just done our first load of washing and are sat having a drink whilst waiting for the clothes to dry. I'm soon going to make a start on dinner and then chill for the evening and prepare for what I hope to be a more active day than today. Sunday, it doesn't seem like we have been on the road a week except the holiday fund has been hit hard with the cost of camp sites.. Anyhow, I think today has been my best day yet. Waking up next to the Loch Ness is quite something but just down the ...
... but our guide liked to talk a lot and we didn't walk as much as we would have liked but still interesting to see a few of the different places up the Royal Mile. Saw where JK Rowling wrote the first two Harry Potter books - didn't go in because there was a huge line! Saw Greyfriars Graveyard and Grass markets. By the time we had finished our tour it was 12. So we found a nice place for lunch ...
... br> Still, the show must go on and I find myself beginning a whirlwind of nights out and meals to say goodbye to some marvelous people (including hiding in the bedroom of the amazing Izzy as she and her man Stuart returned from their own five month adventure abroad). The bestest of friends who all know who they are and are always welcome to join us for a brief escape into the great unknown of Europe's finest beaches.
... over time but don't expect the subject matter to come up any better. Heated towel racks are good for drying your hand washing. Hotel designers optimize every space they have BUT they put heated towel racks in the wrong space when you get out of the shower. The Circle is really a rectangle. Updating a travel blog on a moving train is diabolical. Off to see the Crown Jewels ...
... funny... I can just imagine the conversations you are having in the car, especially when you went over the firth on the Forth Rd bridge.Wendy
Oh Wendy,sounds like they would have done well to take you with them! Though I'm pretty sure 3 wouldn't fit in that car!Celeste
Love all the photos and werent you lucky to get a recital at St Giles! Did you mean you were going to Firth of Forth, which is the body of water you can see from the castle?