Edinburgh Metro Hostel
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... our tour which is self guided by a hand held device so you can take it all in at your own pace. I'm sure everyone that leaves this elderly ship is in awe of the history and imagines, as I did, it full with the Royal family and dignitaries ..including the crew of over 200 which changed their neatly pressed shirts up to 6 times a day...IMAGINE the laundry room..yes..it is a site to see! We learn of little, yet interesting, details of how the crew used ...
... Glasgow, where we were supposed to have a tour of the city and the Glasgow Cathedral. Unfortunately, neither of these things panned out- the Commonwealth Games hindering the city tour and the preparation for a WW1 memorial at the cathedral prevented us from doing both. We did get to see the cathedral though. August 2: We began the day on the bus, taking a tour of Edinburgh. We saw residences of many famous people, including ...
July 18th. The day I touch down in Edinburgh after sobering up on the plane. Megan was waiting for me waving the NZ flag and there were tears (on her part). It is "summer" in Edinburgh.
I spend 3 weeks as a semi-invited guest on the floor of their lounge in their cute one bedroom apartment. I learn that washing machines are kept in kitchens and showers are electric. Megan tells me I am banned now from using the word "pants" which means "undies" and ...
... surprise), but eventually found my
Another reason I got lost in Edinburgh is
because the Royal Mile is also referred to as High Street. The Royal Mile in
the main drag in Edinburgh, connecting Edinburgh Castle at the top to The
Palace of Holyroodhouse at the bottom. And yes, it is actually a mile.
Edinburgh is a fabulous town, and one that I
plan on visiting again soon. Downtown Edinburgh is packed with pubs, ...
... I was also laughing though.. This tiny 60m tall ride, spinning around.. and I was scared.. What the heck?! But in my defense, the ride was set up at the top of a hill, so when looking out you feel a lot taller. Another scary factor was that There was a really tall building to one side of the ride that I swear, if I was any taller, my feet would be hitting it every time we spun around it. Either way, it was a great day that was filled with many moments that ...