Travelodge Edinburgh Musselburgh
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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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... grog ! The Fringe Festival finishes on Saturday so the city will slow down. I have never seen so many Buskers in one place. They were different acts too, like the one girl a Canadian who had herself wrapped in an AD strap..unfortunately she took so long we didn't see her get out of it... We went out tonight to a Traditional (that should have been my warning) Scottish evening..Piping in the Haggis or some such thing.... Oh dear what ...
... with the weather as there was plenty of sunshine and little rain, but it can also get very cloudy at times.
Parts of the city are dirty and other parts are spotless. The city is quite multi cultural with lots of immigrants living here.
On my last day i spend it relaxing around the city centre in the lovely green space and doing some people watching. There is a lot happening in and around the city, as a lot of festivals are about to get ...
... Haggis and mash tatoes and parsnip. Briony had Nachos. ha ha. The Haggis has a crispy texture whilst it looked like mash potato with a brown meaty colour. The spices were delicious and the oats gave it some depth. I personally really enjoyed it Briony didn't even mind the little taste she had. Once you get over what goes in it, you will be pleasantly surprised. Tasted better than anything i have ever cooked. After lunch we sat at the park and watched the ...
... We headed back to the hostel after trivia and Kathleen and I had to pack. Michael had his guitar there and played some of his originial songs. They were all about his longing to travel when he couldn't when he was in school. Kathleen also played her pickup line song, which everyone loved. We all stayed up talking late into the night. We discovered that Alok was in town for business, which apparently is trading (Michael speculated stocks, KP thought rugs haha) Since Kathleen and I ...
... for a look. very impressive. then back on bus to town. by this time its lunchtime, then separated for the day to look around.
we went up to castle first and its still impressive. street acts on all over the royal mile cos of the festival. very entertaining.
met up at 5 to go to Mary Close for a look around. interesting. then tea and off to Tattoo. boy ...