Edinburgh City Hotel
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I'm one of those who wants to save money and sometime travel by bus and then take an oath to never do that again, till I forget that I have travelled by bus and then take another one only to swear-by never do one yet again.Scotland. I have been thinking of visiting for a while now, but somehow it never happened in any of my last visits.
... camper and first time driving we didn't want to go far. The first campsite we tried was full but they gave us directions to another one which had plenty of space and was out in the county. It was called Poplar Farm and had been transformed into a very nice clean site by the side of the River Ouse. It was lovely. After a 3 mile round trip walk to a shop to fetch milk and bread, Rich made dinner for the both of us..nothing grand but was nice. We had tinned chilli con carnie and boil in ...
... their private park and there were beautiful daffodils.
We walk through the town to the Scott Monument and climbed to the top. There are 287 stairs and we all climbed to the top. Amazing! It was very winding so we didn't stay up the top long but Lizzie's ear muffs did blow off!
We walked home and had a lively warm hot chocolate.
It is so great to be with our cousins and we have so much exploring to do.
... feeling funny so i was not really interested in much but by the time we got home again that was it for me the next 24hours had me in bed being sick as. Nancy rang the hospital and they spoke to her and me and decided it was some sort of tummy bug and to just try and get through the night and if i was till this bad in the morning to contact them again, but luckily it soon passed and i stopped being sick about 6ish in the morning so spent the day asleep.
Nancy and Bill went ...
... time and we felt horrible we had to cancel our visit last year, so it was wonderful to meet them in person finally. Hugs all around and I was called "lass"....now who doesn't love that?
Beth took us up to the apartment and showed us around. It's a charming spot in the heart of the Royal Mile about halfway between Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace. A basket with fresh croissants, jams, shortbread biscuits, and a bottle of wine ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdinburgh City Hotel
The hotel is pretty neat, rooms are bigger. What's really good about them is the service. They let us stay for few more hours than our check-out time. Also they kept the luggage for the whole day in their locker rooms with no extra fee. We had a Bus at night to London, they were very accommodating on the whole. Fully Recommended.
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