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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... is twinned with. We went for a long walk in the afternoon in the opposite direction from the harbour and found more rolly-Polly hills and a playground on the seafront. While the girls were swinging, seagulls stole 2 large tomatoes out of our shopping bag and the fruit shop man told us he had one customer have a lemon stolen right out of her hand. The little whitewashed cottages festooned with flowers of the most ...
... tasting session which, right after my Scott monument excursion, took me a while to get over.
7:00pm - Holyrood Park. Peaceful, saw a rainbow over a hill.
10:00pm - Dinner at a local restaurant. Tried Haggis - traditional Scottish delicacy consisting of Sheep's heart, liver and lungs wrapped around its stomach (yum!). This ended my 2 day trip to a beautiful and enchanting city. All I have to look forward to here now is another Egg's Benedict tomorrow morning!
... finds and medieval objects, the museum contains artefacts from around the world, encompassing geology, archaeology, natural history, science, technology and art. One of the more notable exhibits is the stuffed body of Dolly the sheep, the first successful clone of a mammal from an adult cell. Other highlights include Ancient Egyptian exhibitions, one of Elton John's extravagant suits and a large kinetic sculpture named the Millennium ...
My morning started off with a walk to the palace of Holyrood. Well actually I started the morning off with coffee. And then I made my way to Holyrood. I was alone this morning because Gigi had to get Alex to the airport, she was leaving early to go to school. I started my walk down high street towards the palace and ran into one of the chaperones, Robin. She goes out for a walk every morning and tries to catch something historical. Her and I continued out walk down ...
... around a bus tour. They have us some excellent recommendations and things to watch out for and we enjoyed the stories a lot. After a couple of hours of laughing and groaning and planning we left them to their rugby training and walked off the beer. Outside, we got French baguettes for dinner and listened to the most talented street music. Saxophone clarinet trumpet all played expertly and dancing and singing. It was ...