Edinburgh Thistle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... 60's, who had reformed for this event, the lead guitarist, Ian Bairnson being the main attraction.
We found a pub to have dinner, Daryl chose haggis, nessy and tatties (offal, turnip and potato ) and a pint of dark ale to wash it down. Three hours later and his stomach still okay ! At the pub we had a great blether with a highlander from Inverness and picked up some tips for the rest of our time in Scotland. ...
... TowerDublin - shamrockEdinburgh - Scotty dog
Questions I have been asked and thought I would share and try to answer 1, what has been the best thing?No one thing has been the best, the experience of travelling, of finding out about different cultures, history of places and exciting places I have only ever seen on tv and dreamed of one day going to. Doing things I would never normally do, e.g. motorbike ride, dungeon tour etc, been great to step out of my ...
... sight reading and had an impressively low range due to a sore throat. I was quite touched with how impressed the man in charge seemed to be, even if he thinks I'm an alto. It's okay, I know I'm bisectional and I'm proud :)
This morning was Skype and washing and room re-arranging so the provided chair is now next to the radiator and looks out the window. It'll be a great spot to curl up and read in when it gets colder. After hanging my underpants on the drying rack for the floor ...
Well we have been here a week, some of us have been here longer.
Everyone has settled in very nicely and begun to feel comfortable. It is hard not to feel welcome in this city that very much feels like a village. There is always an air of excitement everywhere you go because you are surrounded by artists and they are all hopeful, excited to show you their craft. The other day Steve, I and Zach ...
... Next night (Sunday) we had a wonderful family dinner and then a little trip out to the local pub with Simon. Needless to say, Irish standards of drinking are a little above what Anna and I can achieve, but we gave it a hard crack... Red wine and baileys, not for the faint hearted and not recommended to anyone, ever. Again I shall end that story there. We were spoilt and taken on outings and family trips, wonderful castles with glorious gardens, ...