Dreamhouse Apartments Rothesay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDreamhouse Apartments Rothesay Edinburgh
Lovely hotel and nice staff. Terry-cloth robe in the room. Doormen were always available to get the door and help out with directions.
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... was funny, considerate and full of neat little stories about Edinburgh. I got talking to him about all sorts of stuff when he wasn't talking to the group and found out he had been to Tasmania! He knew my little island! His sense of humour was what got me though...his version of going to a Whiskey shop was so funny! Also on the tour were a lovely couple from Stuttgart who I made an effort to tell exactly where in Stuttgart I had been. Even though I didn't quite ...
... caught the bus into the centre of town and I met Siobhan there. It was great to catchup with her, and she showed us some great pubs to have a drink at and then we walked to Arthers Seat. Siobhan had to leave for walk, and we climbed up Arthers seat, which is a big mountain. The views from top were amazing!
After the hike we enjoyed "the worlds biggest Panini" which was delicious. After deciding not to attend ...
... because tonight we go to the Edinburgh Tattoo. We wake to a gray rainy morning. After a late breakfast we bundled up in our rain gear and headed for the old town to see more of the Fringe festivities and do a wee but if shopping. Again we trudged up the hill with the ever present castle towering above us. While diving in and out of shops to escape the downpours we bought a few presents and I got some miniature bagpipes thinking it would be interesting to play them. I ...
... gorgeous old chandeliers, beautiful floral displays and apparently it is a site to behold at Christmas with the most stunning Christmas tree holding centre stage. We enjoy a lovely high tea together at Dome, another thing to tick off my list. We have a wander around town to walk off our afternoon tea, and even stroll down Northumberland street where some of my relatives owned property in the 1960's, great to visit and see where they lived.
... and endless rolling green fields. Scotland in the fall is a stunner.
Our guide Andy had a microphone and spoke to us non-stop in the van. The history itself was cool, but he would often talk into it when clearly no one was listening. I believe this was because he was in love with his own voice. He spoke exactly like J. Peterman from Seinfeld, with exaggerated inflections, dramatic pauses, drawing out sections of words, all in a ...