Dunstane City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where the fog finally left us and snow started appearing in the fields) and all the way to Edinburgh. I actually got off one station before Edinburgh Waverley, at Haymarket, as my hotel is just a short walk from there. It seemed pointless to go all the way to Waverley, just to turn around and come one station back. I've stayed in this area before, a little under two years ago, and it's changed a little bit since then. Last time I was here there was a lot ...
... kissed the bottom to show all the whiskey had been drunk - walked back and had coffee and John whiskey In the bar, we were all a buzz - great day - hard to beat! 8 August Friday Sunny in morning, send parcels off to children in New Zealand then went to the Royal Mile,place teeming with people and saw buskers, then onto Holoyrood Palace, first went through the Queen's Gallery and saw and heard by audio the exhibition on the various Poet Laureates over the years- who ...
... Tom Riddle and others. We see the George Heriot School the inspiration for Hogwarts, the coffee shops she wrote the books in and learn some of Rowling's past. The boys listen enraptured, walking close to the tour guide staying in the front. By far the highlight of Edinburgh for them we're sure.
After the tour, we find an actual and authentic craft brewery: Brew Dog, that looks and tastes like home. We sip beers and eat pizza, listening the the boys talk excitedly about Harry ...
Day 12 starts in a unfamiliar way for us. It is raining! This is the first time it has rained since we arrived but it is not cold.
First up today is a visit to Edinburgh Castle. This historic castle sits like a colossus looking over the city of Edinburgh. It is huge in size and huge in stature and dominates the Edinburgh skyline. It is easily the most iconic tourist attraction in Scotland with over 1.4 million visitors each ...
... I wasn't expecting. As it was my first night in Scotland and I wanted to immerse myself in the culture, I ordered the haggis, neeps, and tatties. While I don't think I would start eating haggis at home, I didn't mind it. Maybe I was just extremely hungry. Following our evening meal, we headed back to the hotel and got our students settled in for the night. We carried out our room checks and Don and I chatted for a bit before turning in ourselves. We are here and the tour has ...