Travelodge Edinburgh Dreghorn
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Edinburgh Dreghorn
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... stuff just sitting there. Tomorrow we leave Scotland and head to England and meet up with a friend. Hopefully all goes as planned. Scotland didn't fail us .....it RAINED as we left dinner and got WET since it hadn't really rained all week I didn't bring the umbrella..... Bad ...
... was funny, considerate and full of neat little stories about Edinburgh. I got talking to him about all sorts of stuff when he wasn't talking to the group and found out he had been to Tasmania! He knew my little island! His sense of humour was what got me though...his version of going to a Whiskey shop was so funny! Also on the tour were a lovely couple from Stuttgart who I made an effort to tell exactly where in Stuttgart I had been. Even though I didn't quite ...
... and cancelled. What!? So she changed her plans and has been having the time of her life on 3 month tour around Europe.
The meeting place for my night tour was the same as the morning one so I was on time and ready. I met a Brazilin guy named Filipe and we would talk about our lives in between the tour guide giving us facts. This tour guide was just as good as the one in the morning so I knew I was in for a treat. She took us over to the other side of Edinburgh and one of ...
... Amazing walking country with trails heading off in all directions. GPS was a little flaky and we managed to turn off on a few lesser roads, narrow, steep, windy, stone walls at the door handles but some amazing scenery. The road literally wound around the stone cottages in some small settlements. We eventually picked up the main road and the traffic and were pleased to have taken the detour. Ambleside is busy as. Lucky we booked at the Queens Hotel. ...
... real challenge when parallel parking the car on the left side of the road with a razor-sharp flagstone curb - and yes, it was uphill both ways and snowing (ok, not really on that last part).
Long story short. What would have been a little bump as we grazed the curb while parking turned out to be a sidewall gash in the "tyre". Poor Alfred. We - that would be the Royal We, again - changed the tire and left Alfred ...