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 …
... and battles that have taken place here. I began chatting with a girl in my room from Australia named Jamie while getting ready. Turns out she’s on a 3 month “career break” which is actually a legal and very common thing to do in various over here countries! You go on a long vacation and your employer saves your job for when you get back. How nice! She was originally going to go to the U.S. for a 6 week road trip with her best friend but then her friend got ...
... Margaret, Henry’s sister.
This is a lovely Victorian town on the Firth of Forth…moving out to the North Sea, that used to have an important fishing industry. That has been traded in for holiday makers and the attractions of its 3 golf courses. There is much to be said about the decline of the Scottish fishing industry, indeed probably all of the UK (given that it is an island) has seen a tremendous decline ...
... stories and led us through the dark passages. The only thing that was scary was that you couldn't see anything. We had to use our iPhones as flashlights. I thought we were going to break our necks! One of the chambers had the above ground water seeping through the stone causing calcium stalactites to form on the ceiling. That was pretty cool. We then moved onto Greyfriars Graveyard. This graveyard is named so after the legend of Greyfriars Bobby that Disney made into a movie. ...
Our last stop in Scotland was Edinburgh and what an amazing city it was! We couldn't recommend a city more.
The city itself is beautiful, the people are friendly and we luckily timed our visit during the annual Fringe Festival (a month long festival of performing arts which takes over the entire city for the month of August). Amongst the beautiful buildings and sites to absorb while ...