The Stevenson House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the last of hurricane Bertha caught up with the Scottish land and kept us indoors to reminisce and see photos.Located John Brown and his tour through Trip Advisor. When we arrived in Boscastle the owner of our b&b called him for us and easily made our arrangements. We took a bus to Port Isaac and found him in his store called May contain Nuts. He is extremely personable and being 3rd generation has a wealth ...
... the city. Although the climb is not particular hard, it is long, and it took dad and I a good 50 minutes to get to the top. When we got there, however, we were rewarded with a beautiful view of the city. The descent took just as long, and by the time we got down it was time for dinner. This time we grabbed dinner in a Japanese restaurant downtown, which ended up being quite good. Then we made our way home to grab an early nights sleep, as we were to be up at 6am for our highland tour the next ...
... playing through the streets everyday. I learnt about how J.K.Rowling got ideas for Harry Potter in Edinburgh. On my nights out I went on a Halloween Pub crawl and a ghost tour. The next day I started my Haggis Scotland tour with our first stop was at Oban. On the way we stopped at the William Wallace tower and learnt about Robert the Bruce. I was starting to see how beautiful the Scottish Highlands country side really is. The next day we went to ...
... the first day's sunset, I walked up to the Nelson monument and set up my tripod in that area to capture a very pretty sunset over the city.
The next time I was there I walked up to Arthur's seat and tried a different angle, but I was unlucky with the sunset that ...
... at the top of it that you can climb up to the top to get an even higher view of the city, but again it's cash only. At the top of Calton Hill there is an old observatory and the unfinished National Monument, which was started a long long time ago and then they ran out of money and it's never been finished since. It was supposed to be an homage to Edinburgh being the Athens of Western Europe, thus you can assume that it was going to look like a ...