Edinburgh City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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Before I go into the day to day details of Scotland, I have to give an overall statement of how much I love it there. Edinburgh is the perfect blend of everything I love in a city. It is full of beautiful architecture, rolling hills, lush greenery, and kind hearted people. Every passing minute got better and better and I left Scotland anxious to come back. I'm going to try my best to put my experience into words, but just know ...
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was not at the aircraft door. After a long walk I stopped by an
assistance point and JR kindly went in search of it to find it on the
As he had to clear immigration and did not know where I
was he asked someone to get it to the assistance point. I meanwhile had
been put through Immigration and put on a bus to Terminal ...
... were canceled when the still hot residue from the first firework landed in the crowd because of the high winds. [Note to myself: on my next trip to Scotland bring down clothing because it gets cold up here even in the middle of summer.]
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... made friends with 2 local Scottish chaps on the way and they wanted to come with us for a beer. They looked like an odd pair. One of them was dressed in a suit and tie and the other in a t-shirt, shorts and sneakers and they were already pretty hammered. Part of me wanted to ditch them but part of me thought they'd be good for a laugh so we brought them along with us to check out the gig. Matt Dunn was the artist's name and he was awesome. His musicality combined with his wit made ...
... a cemetery, and a lookout. More walking led us down the Royal Mile towards the Edinburgh Castle. Along the way we passed the Sir Walter Scott museum, tons of whiskey shops, and enough kilts being sold I almost bought one. Such a peaceful town with plenty of interesting things to see, I understand why Scots are proud of their country. The next day in the National Museum of Scotland I had the chance to learn the entire history ...