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We need to seek ways of making it possible for ordinary families to continue to live in town.
“That will require some serious thinking by the planning authorities and the council in general.
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The Royal Scotsman is Scotland's own luxury cruise train, offering 2, 3, 4, 5 or 7 night tours of the Scottish Highlands.
Run by Belmond, the new name for the Orient-Express Group who also run the famous Venice Simplon-Orient-Express and equally luxurious Eastern & Oriental Express, the Belmond Royal Scotsman sets the same top-end standards of service, accommodation & cuisine.
“We need hotels but we need to build new hotels on the periphery and not in the Old Town (or the New Town, for that matter). Hotels take over premises that could be used for offices and shops. People come to Edinburgh to see a real place, with small streets and small shops, and ordinary people going about their business.”“We must keep tourism under control because if we don’t, by 2050 Edinburgh will be a vulgar wasteland of tourist tat shops, big hotels, and nothing much else.
“Hotels are fine, but cities should not be made up exclusively of hotels. “We need to keep communities alive in the Old Town.