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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2 weeks ago we learned of mr grandfathers diagnosis of cancer. The Initial diagnosis was fairly promising. However, a series of unexpected turns in his condition has seen him (David Rodgers) lose his very short battle with the disease. As a result we've decided to fly home for 10 days to attend his funeral and spend time with family. Our journey continues on Saturday the 14th in ...
... time and what went on in that region. Honestly it was great! www.heartofscotlandtours.co.uk. Well worth a look. After about half an hours driving we came upon Stirling Castle and the National Wallace Monument commemorating the great William Wallace and his victory over the English which inspired Robert the Bruce to create a free Scotland. Bill told us stories about everything before we got to each sight and he told them really well. We were ...
... Deacon Brodie may have been Robert Louis Stevenson’s (1850-94) inspiration for The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Mark enjoys telling us the ironic fate of Deacon Brodie who designed the very gallows from which he was later hung. The story, the cold and ...
... in our eleven days in Europe during high Tourist Season. A lot. And I would just like to go on record as stating that I believe the most melodic and kindest accent on Earth may be that of the Scottish brogue. If blends right in with gently rolling hills and great stone castles. It is the perfect accompaniment to bagpipes, tartan plaid and misty rain. Whatever is being said, a Scottish brogue makes you want to hear more. It makes you smile.
... It is quite busy once we get inside the castle gates as they are getting all set up for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo which is about to kick off in the next few weeks. We have a good look around inside even being entertained in the great hall by a musician on some antique musical instruments.
Then our tour is over and we have free time in the city for the rest of the day. I head off for a tour of the Royal Yacht Britannia which has been moared ...