Travelodge Edinburgh Musselburgh
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... s Park and sat for a few minutes and then headed back to the hotel. I laid down for a few minutes.
We went down to supper and Larry got Deuchars IPA from the Caledonian Brewery in Edinburgh. When Mark called us into supper we sat with Karen, who is the Chief Operating Officer for WOSU, her mother Connie from Seattle, and John and John and Mary Beth. WOSU approached Mark and asked him to put this tour together. We talked ...
... ready for a drink or twelve. With this in mind, we headed to the Scotch Whisky Experience near Edinburgh Castle. There, we took a journey through the process of whiskey creation that could only have been designed by the Scottish equivalent to Walt Disney (i.e., a drunk Walt Disney). It was plenty fun, as was the largest whisky collection in the world housed within the building, but the subsequent tasting and whisky bar were where my heart was set. Not knowing nearly ...
... we had worked our way through these, we were relaxed and rosy, and thinking that perhaps we should just choose one nice one each before getting some fresh air, the barman brought over the other paddle that we had been discussing earlier when we placed our order.. well it would have been rude to refuse! So we turned our attention to the Islay Collection. The thing that really struck me with these is that you can really taste the sea, and they tend to be heavier on the peat than the ...
... James was touring the parliament building. (for some reason china and silver laid out in the royal dining hall wasn't enough to draw him in to the place tour!) Apparently his tour was quite interesting as well.
We went back to the hostel for an early supper of noodles, stirfried veggies and tuna, before heading out for a spooky Halloween walk. We met up with our cloaked guide who proceeded to walk us around the closes (or alleys) of Edinburgh while ...
... sleeping… thing is I never slept, well for about an
hour I did but that hardly counts as a decent nights sleep. At about 3.30am I
walked over to the check in desk and tried to check in. The man behind the desk
looked at me with wide eyes and said ‘love, you are 9 hours early, you can only
check in 3 hours before your plane is due to depart’. So back I go to my seat I
go and get into the position I was lying in and try to get ...
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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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