Edinburgh Thistle Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... bedrooms is the queen size bed that Prince Charles had brought in for the Royal Honeymoon in 1997. It was later removed and the room to be used as a nursery..,so much for sex on the Royal ship! With our brains on overload from all that we learned on the ship, we return to bus 22 and ride back up to Princes Street to our home away from home to ready ourselves for our early departure in the morn for 2 days to the highlands. So excited to see my dream castle, Eileen ...
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Cometh the hour, cometh
the man. Europe entered the final day with a 4 point advantage with 12 singles
matches to play. In past iterations of the Ryder Cup, the lagging teams have
surprisingly overcome this deficit and birthed superlatives such as the Miracle
at Medinah. Alighting the train at Gleneagles Station it's a "dreich"
Perthshire day, ominous with heavy dark grey cloud. A harbinger of another
surprising outcome? Captains ...
... It consisted of acts from many of the Commonwealth territories, such as tribal dancing from Africa, a show with army men celebrating the armed forces, bagpipes and drums, a steel drum band from Trinidad (Vicky's favorite), highland dancers and much more. It was a very great experience- aside from when they tried to get too hip and remix a bunch of popular songs. The whole cast came out and was dancing and such. If you ...
... that is more popular than coca cola. Everyone is very friendly.
As a typical tourist I take a walking tour. I usually zone out of the history/war parts but this tour was rather quirky. I learn about the greyfriars - men who had the job of trying to prevent bodies being taken by grave robbers for use in the medical school. Apparently this was perfectly legal. One greyfriar befriended a wee dog Bobby to help him guard the graveyard. After the Greyfriar ...