Dunstane House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... the delightful St Margaret's Chapel, the Stone of Destiny on which previous Scottish Monarchs were crowned and many other historic buildings. A recent addition is the re-development of the Queen Anne Building including a prisons of war experience. Continue your tour down the famous Royal Mile, the thoroughfare of medieval Edinburgh which links the Castle with the Palace Of Holyroodhouse - HM The Queen's official residence in Scotland. The Palace is home to centuries ...
... night. Open-plan living and kitchen – no bed in the corner! Long story re ex-landlord but to cut a long story short, another chapter of my life is over! No, nothing like that. Just money hungry!
25 April (ANZAC Day)
- I made ANZAC biscuits for the boys (in the Fish Shop) and the guys at work (oh and a few for the guys in the butcher’s opposite the Fish Shop – which the boys weren’t impressed about, ‘Just bring them all here next time!’). ...
... of Scotland. The Royal Mile and Grassmarket are about a two minute walk. The building was originally a Dental College; we found this out because the building still had it scripted in the stones above the doorway.
Edinburgh is so magical! The details in the buildings and streets are incredible. Even pulling our luggage 10 blocks down the cobblestone streets wasn't completely terrible. ...
... under our feet and we stood atop land where thousands had died in battle. Oh and I couldn't help but enjoy some Harry Potter stuff, since the stories were birthed here. I stopped in at the Elephant House cafe and look out over the Greyfriars Kirk, where JK Rowling had sat in that cafe and explored the cemetery and created characters based on the names of those buried souls. We even drove past where Hagrid's house was in the Highlands. I'm a sucker for this magical stuff!! But one ...
... entire world. The people were very friendly. The city itself is one of the most interesting I've ever been to and it's very walkable. WE hardly took public transportation. The city is divided into two main areas. Old Town, which dates back to the early 1100s and New Town which was first built in the late ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking