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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 …
... the Scottish History section with it's many offerings of the turbulent but determined people of this country. If you head up to the roof you can get a wonderful view of the city and get some great pictures of the castle. It is slightly overcast with sporadic rain. Not looking good for this evening. We head back to the B&B to rest up for tonight.
Okay folks, I am deliriously excited about tonight. I have wanted to see the Tattoo in Edinburgh Castle for about 5 years ...
... have various different acts as well ranging from just comedy, plays, bands playing etc. we didn't stay there very long just long enough for a drink and then headed over to Mum's Restaurant. It's Sim favourite Scottish restaurant. It just does traditional comfort food, which after all the pasta and pizza in Italy, was a VERY welcome change. After dinner we left Ben & Kara and their friend to their own devices and we headed back to the caravan park for an early night after our ...
... euros at the airport at the beginning of my trip, and had brought with me a reserve of American dollars.
One month in, and of course, my reserve was gone.
That was ok; I expected this. I had called my bank before I left and was fully prepared to use my debit card to get extra cash at the ATMs. The problem was that my BB&T debit card would not work at the ATMs in France. So I was stuck using my credit card. Another problem is that not every place takes ...
... fees (thanks Ryanair) on the way to Ireland. I didn't want the same to happen on the way to Scotland! I went on a quest to find a post office that did international shipping. The one I found had run out of sticky tape, so I went and bought some, and then got ready to pack a box full of all the stuff I have bought, only to be told I couldn't ship liquor out of Ireland. The land of drunkards wouldn't let me send alcohol that I had brought into the country out of the ...