Fountain Court Apartments Morrison
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Photos of Fountain Court Apartments Morrison
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Fountain Court Apartments Morrison Edinburgh
Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... was simply destroyed by rubbish being tipped from trucks and the stench was unbelievable.
Many of the roads are not on satnav systems and most do not have signs so one has no idea where to go.
Croatia was always one of my top country's but sadly it looks since they were given European status it has gone down. Before it had its own charm and most cars etc were cheap old bangers etc. Now the car market is all coming from ...
... city and I'm sure glad we did. We stumbled upon a little family jeweler and for those people who didn't know, we planned to buy David's wedding band in the country that we would marry in! Which ends up being Scotland (more about wedding details in the next post). We have been on the hunt during our travels to find a ring and kept finding "chain" jewelery stores that have stores all over the UK. We ...
... the plane crashed and this area has now been planted out with trees and is a permanent memorial to such a terrible tragedy.
Leaving Lockerbie with a lingering sense of sadness, we make our way to Edinburgh where we have booked an apartment hotel for 2 nights.
Neither of us have ever been to Edinburgh before and are a bit surprised at the very narrow, cobblestoned streets ...
... to go up to Lochness for the day however it was going to be 4.5 hours driving each way for only 1.5 hours at Lochness itself so we thought it wasn't worth it. It was nice to just spend time walking around Edinburgh and watching the locals play their bagpipes on the streets etc. We found the Elephant cafe where JK Rowling wrote Harry Potter and walking around the streets you could just feel where she got her ideas from with the skinny alleys, stone castles ...
... in on the history of the city. This one was just as good as the one in London, going into interesting detail about the history of Ireland, including its many rebellions and its role in world conflicts and economics. We saw some of the awesome sights of Dublin, including Temple Bar, Trinity College, Ha'penny bridge (named so because people from the poorer north Dublin would have to pay a half penny to cross the Liffy River to the wealthier south Dublin), O'Connell Street ...