West Port Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... next went to Edinburgh Castle. I wish we had been able to spend more time here. Built right on the edge of a rocky cliff, this castle has been well maintained over the centuries. At its very top, you can see beautiful views of the city and the ocean. You can see the Firth of Forth looking toward Fife. I wouldn't want to have to say that three times after of wee dram of the whisky. Here are stored the Scottish Crown Jewels. We saw ...
This morning we leave St Andrews for the next leg of our journey. It's only about fifty miles but Ian wants to take the slightly longer route to drive on better roads. He sets up the sat nav and promptly misses his turning even though the sat nav told him to turn right and it's the same route that we followed yesterday towards Cupar. Apparently it's my fault. I deliberately distracted him so that we could take the scenic route. What? Anyway, it's too late now - three, four ...
... girl who took our payment, we paid for our tea in as many coins as we could as between us we were getting quite a collection of small coins that didn't amount to much and we wanted them out of our wallets. We apologised and left a few extra since we did that. After that back under the ground like moles and back to our hotel. I am really starting to get used to this underground stuff. Robyn even said that I could do it easily on my own now as I got ...
We slept in a little bit today, which was quite nice, then we headed over to the Edinburgh Larder for breakfast again and again, it was very good! The weather was overcast and cool, but not raining....yet. Our first stop today was at Greyfriars Tolbooth and Kirkyard (graveyard). It's a wonderful, still active church with a lively history and one charming story about a dog. Dave and I wandered around the Kirk for a little bit. Some of the tombstones are extremely old ...
Monday 27 August 2012 – Edinburgh
Today, I got up at 11am feeling not very refreshed. The traffic noise and Ian's snoring last night drove me to distraction. I hardly got any sleep at all.
Ian made breakfast then we decided to tour Holyrood Palace, which is the Edinburgh residence of the Queen when she is here. It is also where Zara Phillips had her wedding and where the Queen conducts the ceremony of the Order of ...