The Beveridge Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... wanted to see a reverend gentleman skating. Sorry can't remember title or artist. Spent the whole morning in the gallery and then along Princes street to Calton Hill Park, up two flights of stairs and then uphill. Old observatory, he unfinished Scottish Monument , Nelson memorial, a tower with spectacular views, but I'd had enough steps for today, the views ...
... The manual labor involved in building this castle is absolutely mind blowing. After the castle, we had the rest of the day to do what we wanted. We wandered freely through Edinburgh through shops and museums. We walked down the "royal mile", which is a street in Edinburgh with many very old cathedrals, museums, and monuments. The cathedral of Giles had an awesome exhibit about the nurses in world war 1 and 2. We stopped at a pub for lunch and I had ...
... attraction here, one I had not been aware of but Kerryn had read about it - the Royal yacht, Britannia, which was decommissioned in 1997 and now stays moored at Leiths Pier in Edinburgh. They seem to have built a three storey shopping centre around it! Ron, Kerryn and I visited the Britannia (Phil didn't want to bother with some old boat), and we were glad we had made the effort because you really get a window into the royal lifestyle and see original ...
... favorite stories from this trip is of Greyfriars Bobby. He was a wee little dog who walked he beat with his master. When his master died of TB, Bobby, a 2 year old pup, stood by his grave for the remaining 14 years of his life. His loyalty so impressed the city that, to prevent him from being destroyed (since he was now a stray dog), they granted him the keys to the city!! This meant that, before women could even vote, a dog was a citizen of Edinburgh!! He became so famous that his ...
... final time, pulled all our waterproofs on, waved goodbye and headed on our way shortly after 10. We've cycled this journey several times before. So despite some route discussions last night, we really did know where we were going. And the kindly printed map (in the waterproof map case which I'd found at the last minute before we left home) was really just for reassurance and for show.
The time and distance passed very rapidly. Passing soggy fields and the occasional ...