The Laurels Guest House
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Contrast that experience with the second leg of the trip from Peterborough to Edinburgh on Virgin's ultra modern speed train, traveling over 150 miles per hour with food and wireless services provided, riding on a cloud of comfort that begged you to close your eyes and prepare to arrive in Edinburgh refreshed and ready to take on ...
... the Stone of Destiny and Mons Meg. The area where the Tattoo is held is surprisingly small and sloping. There is a beautiful tiny chapel. The Castle has never been taken, and you can see why, it covers 11 acres and has four wells so it could hold out for a long time. After the Castle we had a tour of Britannia, the royal yacht which was built in 1953 and decommissioned in 1997. It was interesting to see that it wasn't particularly opulent, rather understated in ...
... a fairly new art installation that we "couldn't miss" from the highway. Sure enough about 20 minutes outside of Edinburgh, there they were...two 30 meter high horse head sculptures visible right from the highway! The Kelpies are such a unique sight to see and we were happy to take a quick stop to check them out, it's a long story as far as the significance (a combination of a Scottish myth and a tribute to the horses that ...
... went through his stuff and figured out that the suitcase matched the name in he wallet, which matched the name of a guy staying in our room. He had moved his stuff to KP's bed because he wanted the bed farthest from the window. His stuff was moved to his proper bed and Kathleen settled into hers.
Since it as our first night in Edinburgh, we decided to go explore. It was still early, and we didn't want to waste any time. We made a left out of our hostel and down he steps ...
After getting our driving instructions last night from Jo, we headed into the park and pay bus depot which was supposed to take 10 mins - huh 30 mins later after taking the wrong turn we arrived at the depot. We travelled into Edinburgh via Murrayfield rugby ground. We weren't able to get onto the pitch but were able to get into the stands so M had his photo taken there. It was great to see the ground and it wasn't far from J and J home.
We then travelled into Edinburgh and after ...