Highfield Guest House
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... a dress, she said it was a kilt and would show off my sexy legs. I think she really just wants to know what a man wears under a kilt. After hours of tourist shopping and wandering up and down the streets of Edinburgh, lots of undulating streets, we caught Bus 35 back to the hotel. A pair of cold, a bit wet and tired tourists. Later that evening we decided to walk to Oceanfront Shopping Centre. Google Maps said 5 minutes walk but it doesn't take ...
... cleaning the camper and checking it over. Rich went to try the gas bottle just to find we had a part missing for the connection..more shopping. We then went to visit my girls Sunny and Jasmine for a couple of hours before being taken out by Mum and Arnie to The Fox and Crown for a delicious meal..my Mum does spoil us x Friday involved just a short time on the camper. Rich had a clever idea of colour coding all the keys so that is what we did. We chilled for an hour in the afternoon ...
... bus system I’ve also been undertaking a number of day trips out of the city. With the handy, dandy concession train pass, it is quire economical and easy to get to many places and back again the same day. It has been fun to just go down to the train station and read the board to see where the next trains are going and then just hopping on. Here are some of the highlights:
This is a lovely 15C little village, named as ...
... advice on the best things to do. Ingi gave us some kronur in change when we paid for our room - which is great - and Laura was delighted to see that each of the different coins has a different sea creature on it.
We had a little investigation of the rest of the hostel - one of the nicest we've ever stayed in - and found that the bathrooms were excellent, if a bit sulphurous-smelling, on account of the water, and that there was ...
... wonderful welcome that provided for our first visit to Edinburgh! The Club was founded in 1767, but its building is quite new, and its balcony offered a spectacular panorama of this beautiful city. A delicious dinner with stimulating conversation followed, and by the end of the evening we had not only a new friend but also a new city to add to our list of favorites.