Dunstane House Hotel
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... them screaming Sullivan! and buying me and my friend drinks. I guess being Irish royalty has its benefits huh? :)
The next day we woke up early and got in line to tour Edinburgh Castle. The castle is located on a body of rock that elevates it above the rest of Edinburgh which makes it look like it is almost sitting in the sky. Tickets were a little bit expensive to take a castle tour but DEFINITELY worth the money. The view ...
As it has been a while again since we wrote a blog I have decided to write 2.
Soon after the last entry we boarded a train bound for London and The Diamond Jubilee Weekend. Upon arrival at Kings Cross station, it was a quick dash to the tube station for a mission to our accommodation. After previous uncomfortable experiences with hotels, (this term is loosely used by the providers to describe their ...
... 70cm tall. To use the sugar sections had to be smashed or cut off or to get it finer the sugar lumps were mashed using a pestle and mortar; so one lump or two. Rule Britannia. The royal yacht was built to act as a floating 'home away from home' for the royal family no matter where it was around the world. We got to roam around most of the ship with portable audio guides. There is even an audio guide for children that asked them to look for ...
... 10 mins before the train leaves). Met up with Will at the train station and dropped the bags off at the flat we were to stay at for the next few days, thanks Sarah and Suzie! The rest of the day consisted of having a quick look around the castle in the middle of the city and a walk down the Golden Mile, then a few too many beers in the Red Squirrel and Dragonfly!
I have currently spent a total of 4 days in Edinburgh with one more day today before we hire ...
... you could see how important Stirling was as a strategic defensive position.
I should say that the long sword of William Wallace is in the monument and is huge. He was supposed to be very tall and you would have to be that and mega strong to weild it. The sword had to be about 6 foot long. The climb was worth it for the view and to see the sword but the monument itself is prety light on in terms of info of the tourist.
Next stop was a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking