Dunstane House Hotel
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... sharing for tonight. I feel kind of awkward sleeping next to John when there are eight other people in the room though.
After dropping off our bags (official check in was not until 3pm) we headed out to make a climb up Arthur's seat. Arthur's seat is one of the peaks of the hills that make up Holyrood Park right in the city of Edinburgh. We climbed up the cliffs in front of the hill first and found a nice place out of the wind to have a picnic lunch. We had a view of ...
... cars take us to Glasgow airport, where the two of us try and get the parents to upgrade the flights, to no avail. All checked in, flight is delayed for 30 minutes, and time to say goodbye to the families... What a strange feeling this is knowing we won't see them for so long but we manage with only a few tears. Through security and Nic gives into a few more tears can always rely on craig to change the mood.. Stupid question number one... Can you pooh on the plane or should I go ...
Sad goodbyes with Sam's family saw us board a flight to Edinburgh to visit my cousin and her adorable daughter Maya for a few days. Unsurprisingly we were greeted by rain which thankfully turned to sunshine the following day. Making the most of clear skies we strolled down Princess St, through the gardens, where I got stung by a pesky wasp, and up to Calton Hill for views over the city and out to sea. With the Edinburgh Festival in full swing ...
... is that possible? I traveled about 50 yards from the bus, and I was standing where legends have done so over the last century or so. The course was preparing to get ready for the Women’s Open, so tents were going up, stands erected, and the whole course was buzzing with activity. I was able to take a few pictures near the first hole, and then Judy had somehow borrowed a putter from one of the players who was awaiting the next tee time. ...
... but overall, it was not what I expected. Most of the buildings contain information about the military and war. I wanted more about how they lived in the castle. We saw the jails of the prison, and the crown jewels. We also saw where Mary Queen of Scots gave birth and some of the Royal residence.
The weather in Edinburgh seems to start off really nice and then get progressively worse as the day goes on. Therefore, we waited until the last morning, to walk up to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking