Dunstane House Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a most interesting fashion. We were invited for dinner at the house of a friend of my niece Danika in Kirknewton, just to the South of Edinburgh. We were surprised when we were brought quite the grand estate. We proceeded to live the life of the aristocracy for the evening, admiring the great oil paintings, baby grand piano in the library, and watching the kids play in the massive manicured gardens. See some of the pics for a flavour!
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From Scotland in Edinburgh, United Kingdom on Feb 07 '08
Day 1 - Friday 8th February 2008
I couldn't wait to get out of bed this morning to head to the airport. Felt like ages since we had been away somewhere, just the two of us. We drove to the airport and as usual were cutting it fine as we were stuck in some traffic but all worked out ok. We were both on the dry for the weekend and wondered would ...
... only or entertainment. The sound of bagpiped filled our ears and in entered Andy the Scotsman. Andy Proceeded to play many Scottish tunes in between many funny and mostly unflattering stories about his life and wife. He was quite the comedian and even played In the Jungle and the star wars theme song. After an Amusing time with Andy we said our goodbyes and left to go out onto the town.
We arrived at a small Bar and began our decent into madness. There was ...
... it all, Edinburgh Castle rises like Hogwarts out of the mist.
Emma really, really, REALLY wanted to eat lunch at the Elephant House Café, where J.K. Rowling huddled over that cup of coffee and that laptop, writing the first Harry Potter book, So, with vague directions from our tour guide and a local map in hand, we finally stumbled upon it. It's pretty low key- several newspaper articles adorn one wall and there's a plaque on the door. ...
... Hollyrode Palace and gothic inspired Churches. The city is built in a former volcanic area and has many steep hills and gullies. The historic stone buildings have been chiselled into the steep hillside making for some very interesting architecture.There are 3 Universities in Edinburgh, with the University of Edinburgh being the oldest. Many banks and financial institutions are also based in the city which is the second wealthiest city in the UK after ...