Edinburgh Capital Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... been looked after and some of the huts had fallen down. We went to the museum section in time to have a lecture on the German Enigma machine and the English Bombe and a demonstration of how both machines worked.
Back at the railway station we struck up a conversation with a couple from Canberra who had been at Bletchley and who have been away from Australia longer than us.
Tuesday morning we took ...
We got a late start this morning, but of course, I didn't get to bed until 12.30am, so I still didn't get enough sleep. I am surprised that I am not really cranky, but Mal hasn't complained yet and we haven't had to use our 'safe' word, so everything is still going well.
We left on our city tour this morning and were just on the wrong side of the bus. All the photos I wanted to take had the sun right ...
Edinburgh is broken into two parts- the Old Town and the New Town. The New Town, which we explored previously, is at least 300 years old, of mostly Georgian architecture and circles around the base of the Old Town. That section of Edinburgh was stately and gracious.
The Old Town of Edinburgh is a tumble back in time. Established in the 1100's with the building of Edinburgh Castle, which sits on a huge hunk of rock that lifts seemingly out ...
... Maclean. One character focused on celebrating the lewd and alcohol induced aspects of the great Scottish writers, while the other celebrated the lyrical nature and sheer beauty of the use of the Scots language by these people. The tour touched on many authors, but the most significant for us were Robert Burns, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Walter Scott, and JK Rowling. We had an interesting moment on this tour when at one point, a drunk and homeless man wandered into our group ...
... Tonight I have tried out he Scottish health facilities. I have something wrong with my foot. Chemist told me today I had to see a dr as she thought it was infected. Once in Edinburgh a medical appointment was arranged at 11.30 pm! The medical lot have no idea what the issue is and kindly made an appointment or me on Friday at midday, absolutely no concern for my touristing schedule. I have to wear joggers tomorrow, thankfully it is cool ...