Innkeeper'S Lodge Edinburgh, South Queensferry
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to have for a long time. Who knew I would have to go all the way to Scotland to be able to do it. Definitely a major highlight in my day. That night we visited Mary King's Close. Our tour guide did a very good job, and the tour itself was really interesting, although I think the attraction had been so hyped up by others I know who had previously visited that my expectations might have been a little high. That being said it gave you ...
... so the city grew up, not out. Although Edinburgh Castle is up on a hill, the rest of this spine is in a valley. The actual street known as the Royal Mile runs parallel along the south side of this spine. There are small streets, more like alleys to us, that run perpendicular to the spine much like ribs. These streets are called closes. They were often named for the people who owned the land on them or who ran the businesses on them. For example, we found Craigs Close and we took ...
... all the distractions that are usually part of The Fringe. Some of our older actors got consistent praise. It was not necessarily their talent, but their understanding of how much you have to give every performance and how consistent you have to keep that level.
Once we all have time to relax and to get away from this, the important thing will be to look back and to see what we could have done to improve ourselves. It is a good learning tool.
Another lovely morning, short sleeved shirt weather. We venture down for breakfast at the elegant Strathearn Restaurant. Another great choice of a continental and / or full Scottish breakfast. Simply magnificent range of food for so early in the day although we give the Haggis a miss. The service is as you would expect - outstanding.
We finish breakfast and waddle up to our room to pack in readiness to check out. Noel is very disappointed about ...
... Obscura and partake in an exciting afternoon. We had more fun than the kids, working out the optical illusions and playing on the equipment. Down for a latte and then over the bridge for a look at TOPSHOP and H & M. Back across the bridge and on the hunt for 'Wannaburger'...after 30min.walking in the wrong direct we get there to find it has charged locations. On to plan b, a Mexican burrito place to get ...