Dunstane City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was still in the city, but on the edge of the main part of the city. It was not long to get up there, and it was so beautiful! It was right off of Prince's Street, so you were able to see great views of that street and the clocktower as well! There were many different monuments up on Calton Hill. We were able to see a Roman Monument, as well as seeing Arthur's Seat from another angle! We also saw the Nelson Monument. There were quite a few things that were up on the ...
... seems to be a Co-op shop; Perth has hairdressers!
Went into the Art Gallery and Museum - they also had an exhibition of what the Ryder Cup is - as it's being held there next month (September). Now I know what all the hype is about!
Had a home-made Flapjack (still haven't got the knack of the 'thicker Anzac Biscuit' by the River ...
... walk into the foyer of my dorm and startle 20 yr old GB as he flirts with the warden. past a block of townhouses and GB walks down the stairs. At the train station, in the store, ect, ect. Current count, is you guessed it, five.
hit up the botanic gardens today. FREE.
breakfast buffet has individual nutella packets. FREE. I appropriated a few extra into my bag.
... br> Lots of lazy Sunday's at the markets and strolling round. On day we headed down to the big supermarket which we don't usually go to because it's just that extra bit too far. Found some of Uncle Andy's venison all the way from NZ! Representing. Quite a lot of NZ meat & cuts were found that day.
Spring started to show its face but in true Edinburgh style never lasted too long. Just when we think this is it, we have a horrible two days. I think it's rained ...
... camera and Ed had his photo taken wearing one of their hats. Back at Rotherhithe we changed and got a bus (double decker) to the Mayflower pub - when the Mayflower returned to London (from dropping off the Pilgrims), it was tied up and eventually started to fall apart, and the pub is built from the timbers of the ship. It was a lovely meal and great to catch up with Ros and hear about her Christmas adventures. We got another double decker bus back - and Ed loved the new mode of ...