Euro Hostel Edinburgh Halls
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We stayed in the Old Town of Edinburgh and absolutely loved our time. We happened to visit while the Edinburgh Fringe Festival was on so we were right in the middle of the festivities. We arrived quite late on Saturday night on a train from Kings Cross in London and had to walk the cobble streets with our bags through crowds of people. The hostel …
... the plane. the show was finishing up so we waited and caught up with him. We all commented how small of a world it is. We wished him luck on his continued journey and carried on to treat the kids to a Mcflurry. It was suppose to be a decandent chocolate one; however, we were all disappointed when the chocolate was waxy. Somehow I could not count, so an extra one was ordered that Matt and Alex eneded up sharing. EWhen the kids finihsed up, ...
... far as the eye can see... our premier tickets got us in to the Keilidh, so we made our way there, and were pleased to find it a little less crowded, with more concessions and washrooms than the other areas. we found a good spot and stood back to enjoy the show. eventually we joined in a bit of the dancing - trying to understand and keep up with the traditional keilidh caller, but it's not as easy as it sounds and we didn't last long out there.
Soon it was ...
... O'Loughlin's daughter *G*
After that, it was back to Late'n'Live for another night of madness. This one was even madder than the previous one, because they had Abandoman on the line-up, and Brendon Burns. Abandoman do improvised rap, and Brendon Burn does filth. After Abandoman had worked the crowd up into a frenzy, Brendon came out, and requested that they stay on stage and turn each of the bits of material he did into a rap *G* It was amazing *G* The crowd ...
... da Vinci and Vincent van Gogh.
I would highly recommend doing the Sandemans New Europe Walking Tour in any city that offers one. Edinburgh Castle is a beautiful heritage site that should be visited despite the high price. I think everyone should try haggis, I actually found it to be very tasty and full of texture.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEuro Hostel Edinburgh Halls
The hostel position is perfect. It is just a minute from the Royal mile. The facillities in the hostel are fine. The rooms are clean. But the view is not great. A good place to stay!
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