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I admit I expected less than nothing. Go to google maps and take a look it does not make an impression. But already at the fly-over I started to like Edi and that has only gotten worse by the minute. This city is so incredible. The people are all so nice, Edinburgh is beautiful and interesting and we never wanted to leave. I always wanted to go to …
... to the ship and even with the tender, were back on board before 4:00 PM. With the juggling of coats, bags and umbrellas, somehow we managed to lose one of our umbrellas on the bus or tender. Although they have them on the ship, we are hoping we can find a reasonably priced on somewhere on shore before we start the next cruise. We have heard that prices are unbelievable in Norway.
Our next day (today, while I write this) is a ...
After many months of planning and research, our holiday can now begin. Ya dancer Just in time by the look of it as SNOW is forecast this weekend !! Checked the weather in Hong Kong. Lovely jubbly. This is my first attempt at one of these so be patient and have a laugh if I cock it ...
... a pub right next door to our hotel, so rather than offend anyone up there, we went in for a beer and a meal on the Thursday night. A pleasant young thing chirped away "Ok, so which part of Oz are you guys from?" - should have picked the accent, but didn't. "Byron Bay" says us - not expecting the world to know of Mullumbimby's existence. "Oh wow!"- says the young thing "I'm from Alstoneville". - only a matter of time, I suppose, before something ...
... there. The Battle of Stirling Bridge took place in 1297 with William Wallace and the Battle of Bannicburn in 1314 with Robert the Bruce. The medieval city itself is charming with windy cobblestone streets, lovely old home and shops.
We learned about the history of kilts. Medieval kilts were simply lengths of died woolen cloths that were wrapped around the waist, secured with a belt and thrown over the shoulder. It wasn't until the 1700's that ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Hostel Edinburgh
We stayed there for four days and had a lot of fun with the other tourists. It is close to the city centre (walking distance) and the staff is really friendly and it's cheap and clean. The bathroom's are a bit small and I would not buy the breakfast because it's expensive for not much. Rather buy some stuff and prepare it in the kitchen.
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