Edinburgh Thistle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... headed to the three sisters bar and went to an upstairs part. Eliza got lost and went home and Jen was feeling quite sick so she sat under a pile of coats and slept for a bit, then proceeded to take seedy photos of everyone on the dance floor from under the coats. I danced a lot with Ben and we did some karaoke. I started feeling sick so Jen and I went home and go a kebab on ...
I started this whole blog thing really just to list the places I'd been as a memory of the trip to match the endless photos. However I seemed to have headed more towards a personal diary which goes beyond the simple list I had envisaged. I am glad as it will really help pick out the highlights and where things could have gone better - will be great for future Planning! With the above in mind, this post is really just ...
... so nice to let us sample many cheeses. He then asked what my favorite was, and I said Gouda. My father and mother loved Gouda and we used to have it with guava for dessert, so I have long loved Gouda Cheese. The Cheese man had a Gouda from Holland that had been aged for 6 months. It was incredible, so Steve and I pooled our money together and bought a hunk of Gouda. I also purchased some Scottish Tablets for the kids. A bag for ...
... so Angus made sandwiches in the car as we travelled.
We crossed the Scottish birder without having to show our passports :-) and continued north.
As Angus was navigating, he spotted reference to a William Wallace statue located off the beaten track so we braved the narrow lanes to find it. The statue is a rather bizarre thing, about 3m high, hidden away in the bush, overlooking a wide valley. It had ...
Friday 18 April It was an early start for us this morning as we caught the tube towards Kings Cross station to get our train to Edinburgh. The journey took us up the east coast of England and into Edinburgh Waverley Station. The countryside was quite spectacular with many little villages along the way. We had already sussed out a walking tour that started at 2pm so we quickly checked into our hotel and joined the tour with 5 minutes to spare. The tour was around the Old Town ...