Trip to Edinburgh


Sisters on the loose in Scotland!

What a spectacular place to argue with your sibling about which direction to walk, but the historic city of Edinburgh! We found so many
interesting twists and turns in the streets of Scotland, we had a hard time deciding which corner would be more rewarding. Be prepared to always be walking
uphill in these winding city streets, fabulous walking shoes are a must to keep you going. Edinburgh has a medieval Old Town and an elegant Georgian New Town, with gardens and
neoclassical buildings, so there are sights to please everyone!

The Royal Mile was an action packed area to shop,visit,eat and starts at the top with the haunting Edinburgh Castle at the top and Holyrood Palace at the bottom.If you still have enough energy after walking the Mile, climb the 287 stairs inside Scott Monument for some amazing views of the city.this includes Arthur’s Seat which is the main peak of hills in Scotland which form most of Holyrood Park.

Once you’ve managed to see the big sights in the city, venture on a daytrip to the Highlands including a boat ride on the infamous Loch Ness, it is not to be missed, although Nessie was!
We were fortunate to stay at the Doubletree Edinburgh City Centre and the views from our window of Edinburgh Castle were unreal to wake up to daily. I highly recommend this property for location and ease to get around the city. Room rates starting from….$187 double per night….

Grab your bagpipes and hit the tartan hillsides!

It is a once in a lifetime experience….

Leanne Hardy

Senior Corporate Travel Advisor

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