Dunstane House Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Non-smoking rooms
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We arrived in Leith which is just on the outskirts of Edinburgh after docking in a loch and were allowed off about 5pm went for walk around town and shopping centre. Today 19th we went on a 51/2hr tour into the countryside. Just made it back 1/2hr before sailing for Bergen Norway. Our tour was a drive into the country through ...
... the self-inflicted embarrassment, ill add in the last detail. I got over taken by a 70 year old man with a backpack on using a walking stick. I had a coat around my waist. So there we have it, I need to join a gym. I did eventually make it to the top without crawling, which was nice, paused by a stop to talk to a guy who was out on his morning walk. To the top of a small mountain and back! These Scots are bloody insane. When I did make it to the top though...wow! What ...
... is deliciously scrumptious sugar hit lol. Mimi's is just gorgeous, I would love to open something like that.
After we left there it was shopping time! Into Matalan to pick up some bargains, not sure how we are going to get it all home but I am sure we can always leave our clothes here.
Home again for tea and a quiet ...
... well and ended up dozing and missing breakfast. Was in time to get to the Math Society's meet and greet and lunch so didn't go hungry, and even met up with one of the people from knitting night. We made our way to the societies fair which was absolutely packed. It was claustrophobic and quite frankly a bit scary so I went to the International Students Centre with a girl from Sweden I met sitting on the wall outside. We had tea and played boardgames with some other international ...
... the world's largest planned city development, was completed in 1810. In 1822 King George IV made his historic visit to the city. By then, Edinburgh was already Britain's most important financial city outside London, and, due to its neo-classical architecture, was known as `the Athens of the North'. Activities Begin at Edinburgh Castle, Scotland's number one visitor attraction, which sits on its own volcanic rock at the top of the Royal Mile. View the Scottish ...