Classic Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... would make your stay better. For example, we have a closet to hang clothes but no drawers to put underwear, socks, sweaters, etc. There also seems to be a lack of electrical outlets for charging camera's and stuff. We are here for five days, so I kinda like to spread out a little and re-organize the suitcases. Sometimes we are rushed and things get messed up a little. Oh well, we will make do. We unpack and take a walk around the neighbourhood. We end up eating at a place ...
... about how there used to be a wall around the old city but they decided they would let it go to ruin to let the town expand out. They estimated, without upkeep it would be in ruins/gone in 3 years. It ended up being in ruins/gone in 3 months because people had started stealing the stone to use for other things. We met Sonya and her friend after the tour seeing as they were in a nearby pub and had a drink before heading back to the caravan park. Our next day was one of our big ...
... headed down the High Street which is called the Royal Mile because it connects Edinburgh Castle with Holyrood (holly-rude) Palace. We headed east and down the hill and stopped at the house of John Knox, the leader of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland aka the Presbyterian Church. On the way back up the hill we stopped at the Museum of Childhood which was full of antique toys. We went to the second level to see the train display. ...
... including hotels but some private residencies are also in this area.
We then headed down to the Ocean Terminal in Leith to board the permanently docked Royal Yacht Britannia, which served the Queen and her family from 1953 to 1997. The ship has been preserved in the state used by the Queen on her last official voyage. The yacht is accessed through a large shopping area and gangways allow access to ...
I have just completed the second leg of my sixth road trip since being in the UK. For this stage my friend Donnach from Northern Ireland joined us, so I am now sharing a car with a short Indian and a crazy Irishman. After picking up Donnach from the Glasgow airport we travelled up the west coast and had our first dilemma at Crianlarich - Oban or Fort William!! Due to the impending weather I made an executive decision to ...