Dunstane City Hotel
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... writer of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Treasure Island. This was located at 17 Heriot Run. Continuing on, Heriot Row became Abercromby Place, which turned into Albany Street, which in turn flowed into Broughton Street.
The coach drove by the home place of Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of Sherlock Holmes mysteries. Unfortunately, the building was no longer standing. Next we headed up Leith Street, and turned at Waterius ? Place. This turned into ...
... t see the point in having things that I don’t like!) A tour of the city ala Cameron was good in the evening. He still had
the car so we were able to go and look at the Forth of Firth, and also the re-gentrified
Leith dock area where we admired a stone given by the city of Dunedin from the Leith River!
Day two was tour day.
Picked up one of the free walking tours where we raised ...
... are... I just love walking through towers and tunnels - it feels like you're in a different world... I would have liked to have a bit more time here, but the tour must go on! (We got to see everything, just at kid-on-a-sugar-high speed). The tour ended soon after and we had three hours in town to ourselves. We chose to visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse - the Queen's Scottish residence. Again, wow. I think I would quite enjoy being a royal. We learned some history ...
... sitting just two rows behind us.
So we boarded the plane, spent 12 hours watching movies, then we arrived in Germany. Sadly we didn't have much time to look around, so we said goodbye to Teik Jin and his family (they were off to Paris) then flew to Frankfurt. We spent 4 hours in Frankfurt airport (boring!), then we flew to Edinburgh! We are staying in a nice motel and it is surprisingly very hot.
... pretty challenging. We went up what we thought was the most direct way up but it turned out that we went around the whole mountain. Parts of the path were rocky and as we got closer to the top, the wind made it colder. I'm so glad I bought my new hiking boots. The views from the top were spectacular. This definitely had the best views of Edinburgh. As we descended, we stopped by ruins of a chapel. I estimated the entire hike was four ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking