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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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Day One (12/05/14):
Lucky enough to have the window seat, I gazed out onto the rolling hills that is …
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 …
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what the catch is with these – maybe the performers are merely seeking
publicity and something to add to their resume}. Out of the thousands of options
I selected a version of Oliver Twist set in post World War II Berlin, a play set
in the trenches of World War I, a comedy/mystery titled "Casting the Runes" based on the “M.R. James classic”- ...
... and in good hands. Well trained staff and good customer service. Ok, so I have, at least for a month more, a gold card to whizz me through security, and the tranquility of a lounge is often appreciated, but what I like is that they are "solid". I believe there is more to the mature woman in the aisle,with her hair in a bun, than her ability to pour a Bloody Mary and check my seat belt. Pretty young things can razzle dazzle me in any bar, or shop, ...