Kingsway Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Edinburgh, Scotland – Sept. 27 Thru Oct. 2
Kingsway Guest House, B&B
I enjoy not having to drive in these foreign countries. Rick does a skillful job of driving on the "wrong" side of the street and shifting the manual transmission with his left hand. I don't think I could do it. We won’t need a car in Edinburgh so we …
... towards the royal mile.
I walked down the royal mile, got some new socks as souvenirs. This was because i lost a sock in the recent wash. I also picked up some other souvenirs and then continued down the royal mile. I turned off and went back to the Scottish national museum. Here i wandered around some more, learnt more about the history and its people as well as its inventors. After walking around this museum and seeing all that i wanted to see, i left and ...
... a pub right next door to our hotel, so rather than offend anyone up there, we went in for a beer and a meal on the Thursday night. A pleasant young thing chirped away "Ok, so which part of Oz are you guys from?" - should have picked the accent, but didn't. "Byron Bay" says us - not expecting the world to know of Mullumbimby's existence. "Oh wow!"- says the young thing "I'm from Alstoneville". - only a matter of time, I suppose, before something ...
... compared to Glasgow which receives 100". Rugby, football and cricket are the main sports in Scotland.
Golf started in Edinburgh in the 1400's. Shortly thereafter, The first 'laid-out' course began in Muscleburgh, east of Edinburgh. Today the Muscleburgh golf course is located right in the middle of a race horse track and closed when horse racing is taking place.
We began our drive to St Andrews which is located about 1.5 hrs north ...
... Off Bus tour to get an overview and a few pictures. This was not Janet and Michael's first visit so they said they'd rather go to a museum. I was glad I did what I did, but I must admit to thinking about how warm they were in that museum while my poor ears were turning into ice cubes on the top of the double decker bus. I know some people might not think much of doing touristy bus tours, but I have found ...