Caravel Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thorough tour of the apartment, history of everything, where to eat, the road to take out of town, the view out the windows and then he left. The apartment is great - 2 bedrooms, loungeroom, kitchen, laundry, views of the castle and welcome basket of goodies! We had a little walk around, had dinner and settled in for the ...
... was beautiful. I can't wait to have some more adventures in London and this trip is an amazing opportunity to get to explore. So I'll see you all when I return home and wish me luck in Haggis Land.
Sam B and The Flying Mongoose,
Well there you have it from our two intrepid travelers. May I say John is the luckiest person I know. ...
... it was after 3 by this stage. Then made my way to The National Museum of Scotland. After such a big day so far I found the amount of displays quite overwhelming. I did go and find Dolly the Sheep, and there is an F1 car on display from around 1970. Had a bit of a wander through the Scotland display but gave up half way from so much walking! Might try and go back and see a bit more if I've ...
... burger place on trip advisor, it was packed and they sat us downstairs where there are only two tables, but it was worth it. I was craving a burger for a long time and had finally able to get it. It was a good choice. After dinner we went back and just hung at the bar in the hostel because we were exhausted from walking all day (8.5 miles to be exact). They had live music and the only seats available were this table on the stage so we had to sit there and then they were ...
... sounded terrific, but I was of a one-track mind that night: GET HAGGIS, the Scottish staple that sounds disgusting but is perhaps the most delicious meal in all of recorded history. Following dinner, Susanne led us to a nearby whisky bar she knew for hot toddies (again, to stay warm), then straight Scotch. In the back of the narrow bar, some locals had spontaneously gathered and started playing folk music. It was quaint, warm, and somehow just what one would expect to find ...