The Laurels Guest House
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the precise time was critical for navigation.
At the turn of the 19th century, timepieces were unreliable so the Scotts initially provided a visual “time piece”, a ball-drop from the top of the tallest building in Edinburgh. Unfortunately the ...
... the Castle. We see the tower where the Crown Jewels are held and the Stone of Destiny that Edward 1 stole. It finally came back to Scotland when Tony Blair looked like winning the election and traditionally the Scots vote Labor so the conservatives gave back the Stone in the hope that the Scots would vote for them. They didn't and they got their stone back. It's just a big stone. When we entered the castle we saw the statues of King Bruce of Scotland on the ...
... the Tattoo!!
I had my printed Tattoo confirmation letter but needed to pick up my actual ticket at the Tattoo ticket office. On the way there, I got only slightly side-tracked by some of the Fringe Festival acts that were performing in an area known as The Mound. Only a little while later, I was clutching my Tattoo ticket in my hot little hand!! I can’t wait!!
I called in at the Tourist info Centre to pick up a few brochures and then, on ...
... Castle. Very pretty. Joe said if you want to have your wedding there it costs over £20,000 ...ouch. Would make for pretty pics though! We stopped a Loch Garry for a photo and then back to Ben Nevis and Spean Bridge for a snack stop. We then went to Glen Coe. Which is the site of the betrayal and massacre of the McDonalds by Campbell's. That is actually where Friday 13th comes from, as it happened on the 13th and was ...
... scenery. The city is very vibrant and buzzing at the moment, due to the festival held here.Lots of street entertainment going on and little market stalls everywhere. Nice atmosphere. The Castle dominates the skyline, still as grand as ever. We will visit the castle tomorrow morning. We stopped and watched a lot of the street entertainment , one was a Aussie juggler who was just great and very funny as well, he deserved every penny offered. After ...