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TravelPod Member ReviewsGillis Centre Edinburgh
Despite being very ill this was our second stay here and again they were fantastic rooms were clean an comfortable, Breakfast is basic and the fresh home made bread is so lovely. It is within walking distance of the High street but far enough to be out of the hustle and bustle of the city centre.
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... for the regular store as it was on special.
With only a little bit of time to kill before we got to meet up with Jess we just strolled the shops around Waverly Station.
Once we met up with Jess we came to the conclusion we MUST wall up the Hill in Holyrood Park.
We did. I am in fit.
After this we got awesome Lebanese food. So yummy.
We then got ...
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without being too far away to distinguish anything. The hill itself was filled with painters using the view as inspiration ...
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As a Lowland distillery, you are probably expecting a light, floral, aperitif style, and with good reason. Although it does not triple distill like its famous competitor, Auchentoshan, its stills, as seen in the foggy ...
... lovely restaurant 20 minutes drive away from Joppa. The Satnav failed us as this was the wrong restaurant, but it was lovely. Deep fried haggis is pretty good it turns out, but I'm not sure whether that was the haggis or the deep fried! A key part of all of our time in the UK was following the Ashes cricket between England and Australia. One of the greatest things about being back in the UK? Watching the cricket in normal time ...
... justified to feel Christmassy now! Time for some mulled wine & then find somewhere for dinner. Delicious mulled wine, certainly be having more lol. We stumbled across Bella Italia which wasn't too busy. Nice dinner & wine. Quite late when we finished dinner, so we wandered back to the Guesthouse to rest before a busy day tomorrow for exploring this ...