Sonas Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the city- like a mini Central Park.
After contending ourselves with a little more exploring we hopped on the bus to Biggar where we
were graciously picked up by Isobel Hunter. She is the niece of Gramma and pa's dear friend Letty Burns. She and her husband have a B&B called Skirling House in the countryside where we were staying. We were served tea in the parlour and then she took us for ...
... my way up towards the castle to start my tour of the grounds. Having been there the previous evening for the Tattoo still did not prepare me for the magnificence of the place. This is a huge castle and it offers some incredible views of Edinburgh and the surrounding land (and water).
I wandered around the grounds of the castle, checking out as many of the vantage points as I could. I went onto the battlements facing north and west in order to see the views. I climbed up onto one ...
... up. I also found out on the way up that Becky my old neighbour from ashburton was in Edinburgh. Possibly the easiest hostel to get to I've ever had, situated directly across the road from the railway station I was checked in pretty quick. Just 1 out of the 5 other beds in my room was occupied so was hoping it'd stay this way. I then walked downstairs to find Wifi and potentially the others I ...
... tasting/education as a precursor to my Islay tour. It started at 8.30 pm, so I arrived there to discover the restaurant had neither my booking nor payment. They were very kind though and welcomed me and did not take payment. Rather disorganised of the tour company, I hope this means I am actually going on this tour. The food was excellent at Iglu, the best I have had in Edinburgh, and the whisky tasting was good and ...
... of the shop, I spotted the 18th fairway stone bridge, known as the Swilcan Bridge, which is synonymous with St. Andrew’s. It is a 700-year old bridge, and nearly everyone who tees off of this whole takes their picture on this famous landmark. I noticed some tourists taking pictures on it, and decided to wander down there. I waited my turn, and some other people agreed to help me out in terms of picture swapping. I got my shots on ...