The Beveridge Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... places we have been!! Hayden decided that a palace and a ship were enough for one day so he went home to sleep and I explored a bit of Central Edinburgh by myself which was good fun. Luckily on day 2 Hayden had come right and we spent the morning wandering up the royal mile and exploring the Edinburgh castle. There was a lot to look at in the castle and we looked at a few things (the war memorial, chapel, Crown Jewels, jail) and then decided that the crowds were a bit overwhelming ...
... What a beautiful place! We got so lucky with the weather. Wearing shorts, T-shirts and sunscreen. The main event for the day was a trek along the Leiter Fura Walk. Here we took a picnic lunch and sat with the midges. I have bites all over my arms and legs. The bites are so itchy! The great views made up for all the bites! At Portree we had a look at some prehistoric cliffs. They formed millions of years ago from volcanos pushing lava up through the ...
... Had a few IPAs (Indian Pale Ales) until her hubby (Donald) came to pick her up.
They walked me home and viewed my abode.
We said our "goodbyes" and as they were walking back to the Pub to get the car I shouted, "Thanks for walking me home!"
Their response.... (refer title)
Don't you love Australians!
... however a lot of his jokes went over our heads because most of his references were to English things. He basically does a brief history of the world with a few songs in between and a few slides. A lot of it reminded me of Dad humour (I guess a bit Monty Python-ish), which is my kind of humour a lot of the time. After Appleton, we met up with Caitlin and Gabi (friends from uni) who were also in town. They had booked a ticket to Davey Connor as well, so we met up for a drink before ...
... Some areas need better care, but overall I loved its narrow alleyways and small parks. It doesn't go easy on your legs though, a lot of hills and stairs, very much alike Lisbon in this aspect.
On my first night I made friends with a really cool Frenchmen called Christophe. He was just staying on the hostel for one night as he was going on a fishing trip with his father on the ...