Euro Hostel Edinburgh Halls
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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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... our way to shopping and lunch before heading off to St. Paul's cathedral. We were immediately transported from majesties to the majestic peace of this magnificent place of worship. Time was tight for touring and it was recommended that we "do the dome first". Translate this to the journey of a thousand steps upward. Stopping briefly at the first viewing level which was at the equivalent to the base of the dome. We were ...
... that children slept on straw mattresses on the floor, he thought they were for the dogs. The buildings used to be tightly packed in and shared a common stairwell, a very small and cosy spiral stairwell really only suitable for one way traffic. The next on the list was the national museum. It's huge, it would take several days to go through the whole museum properly. We probably didn't do it justice as we only went the Scottish history, animals, ...