Classic Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... ourselves in an evening tour with Mercat Tours, a walk through some of the city streets with tales of ghosts before a visit to the Blair Street Vaults.
We walked around the Christmas market and fair in Princes Street Gardens. It was a lot bigger than we first thought, there was a huge ferris wheel, carousels, craft and food stalls and amusement rides for kids.
We dropped off our bags at hotel before heading back out for some dinner. Dusit, a Thai restaurant, ...
... McGinley have prepared their teams for
battle. A titanic struggle in the offing between professionals forged on
individual focus and self-interest versus others whose commitment to the team
seems absolute. Onto the first tee strides the European talisman, Graeme
McDowell and the USA’s wunderkind Jordan Speith, probably still excited about
getting his driving license. The grandstands erupt into soccer style chants and
it will continue ...
... it started to climb. It then dropped the stick! Noooo!!!! Fortunately a branch below caught the stick. So the bird made its way down, picked it up again and started its climb (again) toward its goal.
I couldn’t wait until the end as I was on my way to work, but I thought ‘what a wonderful sight – Spring must be here’.
(NB: Later I learned the ‘magpies’ here eat the young of finches, so not impressed, but hey ho! Life goes on)
- At ...
... at a pub for a drink and when we came out it was raining rather heavily, so we just got more wet, it made it a bit hard to take some good photos.
We then went to Mary Kings Close which are the underground tunnels from back in the 1600's. Was very interesting and hard to imagine life back then.
Dinner was lovely at a little restaurant (Rose Hip) where we used ...
Leaving for Edinburgh
We woke up early thinking we had plenty of time to make the train at 11am...however after setting up a skype call with mum, i realised that the train was actually at 9.30am and we needed to leave in 20 mins.
The good news is that we made it! And 2.5 hours later we were at Edinburgh station. God what an amazing city! Old buildings everywhere! We quickly realised we had ...