Globetrotter Inn Edinburgh
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This is beginning of our three week European backpacking trip. It begins in the city of Edinburgh Scotland for two days. Other than missing our transfer flight in Heathrow because of security, losing our luggage for the two days we were there, and learning how to drive in a new country, this part of the trip was good. The Globetrotter Inn hostel …
We arrived into the UK via Stansted airport at 5 in the morning and promptly boarded a bus to Edinburgh. Finally after almost four weeks straight of sweating profusely we were able to put on a jumper and hide under a blanket in bed. We both felt like our adventure had been rejuvenated in the UK. Civilization! Finally we had normal toilets at our …
Sara Muller is... trying to stay cool and not look like a kid in a lolly shop. Edinburgh is amazing!
My day began at 5:17am when I woke up thinking it was the middle of the night, then realised it was nearly time to get up. Rubbish!
Got showered and dressed.
Missed the 6:10 bus
Caught the 6:25 bus
Got into …
I have only been in Edinburgh for a few hours and already I love the place. Our 350 mile drive from Nottingham flew by because we were engulfed by spectacular green scenery. We have won the lottery with the weather since we got here but today was the first sign of dark clouds. Amazingly they cleared up once we got to Scotland. It …
Despite the late night, we were up early today for our day trip to Stirling, setting of the movie Braveheart.
We had a drive of a bit over an hour, including a detour over the River Forth, to get to Stirling, where we had about 4 hours of time with which to do as we pleased. I did a tour of Stirling Castle, which has been of huge strategic …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlobetrotter Inn Edinburgh
A (wee) way from the city,although they do supply a free bus hourly to and from. Breakfast is o.k,and there is a bar, and a nice view of the sea.It can't have been too bad,as we stayed here for 4 months(in fact some stayed years,and met wive's there)
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