Ellersly House Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of our adventures. We all went to 'The Mosque' which is a curry place actually run by a mosque, and enjoyed a great plate of food for 5 pound. Then on to a Turkish Café for coffee while Alistair persuaded us to live dangerously and move to Edinburgh for a year or two. Finally we walked down the Royal Mile to Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Parliament buildings by moonlight. So many things we just haven' t filled in. There will have to be a next ...
... I decided I needed a warm hat - pronto! A walk down the North Bridge and I found exactly the thing and I was then as warm as toast. We continued walking down the Golden Mile to Canongate where we found the Museum of Edinburgh. This museum is located in three connected 16th, 17th and 18th centuries buildings. The Museum tells the history of Edinburgh through artifacts and architecture. Once again ...
Well hello again;
It has been an eventful 24 hours.
Last night after I had finished watching THRILL ME, The Leopold and Loeb story with Steve.
I went home.
Steve stayed at C Venues and met Jill, Robert, John, Zach, Margot, Taylor and Gabbie to see WHAT A GAY PLAY. Now the title should warn you as to the content of this piece. Suffice it say that all were shocked. Many times I can be blamed for ...
A glorious morning... sunny and bright. Strolled through the green gardens in the centre of town and took the chance to climb the scott monument. a stone tower of 278 steps. The winding staircases made me a little dizzy going around and around in circles. the tight space made it hard to press pass upward and downward traffic. The view was worth it. Then trekked to Calton Hill on the other side of the city. the most ...
... to Edinburgh. The train pulled in on time and we took our seats in First Class for the 3.5 hour ride to Edinburgh.
Along the way the train made stops in Bolton, Chorley, Preston, Lancaster, Oxenholme Lake District, Penrith, Carlisle, Lockerbie and Haymarket.
We arrived in Edinburgh on time but had to wait close to 45 minutes for a taxi at the station. We piled into the taxi and managed to get all of us and our luggage in ...