The Laurels Guest House
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so I had to stand the whole way to the airport. I arrived with plenty of time to walk around Heathrow and remember the first time that I had ever been there (oh the memories). The boarding call is announced and before I know it, I’m on the plane in the sky. To be honest though, I fell asleep before we even took off and woke up only when we were half way through it and breakfast was being passed out. This was a pleasant surprise; a traditional Scottish breakfast that consisted ...
... stalls are great and my backpack begins to bulge. We have tickets to a play called 'My luxurious 50 square foot life', a funny but uncomfortable presentation of what it is like to be one of the many Hong Kong families who have to live in such incredibly cramped conditions. There are no seats in the hall, the action taking place in and amongst the audience, but once we conquer the initial self-consciousness that this engenders we are are very drawn in to the drama. It is the ...
... of the city is up on a hill and volcanic rock and the architecture is fantastic! I love all the gothic styled buildings and how the stone turns black. After checking into our hostel, Michelle and I wanted to walk around and start exploring the city. The first place we stopped was The Scott Monument, which is on the new half of the city. The monument was built to commemorate Sir Walter Scott, one of Scotland's ...
... to catch up. Great to see everyone well before departure to Dunbar to spend time Malcolm, Laura and Maggie. In Dunbar and at the beach today after watching Lions demolish the Aussies. Fantastic weather. Photos to prove it. London tomorrow. Ross and gill arrive Friday. Conference presentation and workshop Tuesday. Wish me ...
... saw. We walked along the Royal Mile, Edinburgh's main touristy street, and window shopped in the multitudenous Scottish souvenir shops. We finally hit the pub for dinner where I tried Alcoholic Ginger Beer, which is delicious.
On Monday however we began our touring in earnest. Our first stop was Edinburgh Castle, the imposing edifice that dominates the city. The castle itself covers a mix of time periods, with different monarchs making additions ...