No. 12 Quality Street
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- Breakfast Available
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Meal plan
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... s a mountain) called Berwick Law on the land side - and a number of striking islands out to see. Perhaps the most striking island is called Bass Rock, which is white and shines in the sun. It is home to many seabirds, including puffins and gannets and you've probably already guessed that the island is white with guano!
The Highland Games were great and are very popular. There was a lot of bands there. ...
Today we started the day so early. We were awake and had left the hostel by 6:50 to catch a train at 7:25 to Dunnottar castle. It was such a cold, raining and gross day. We got off the train at 9:30 in the middle of no where and took a cab to the castle. It was in such a beautiful location. We ended up walking down this path to the castle that looks like it's on an island. We were a little disappointed with the lack of information. The buildings were all labelled ...
... place! Nice little town and a super day out but it was as windy as a *****. Think Wellington in its prime! We walked around a bit and had some photos and then visited the albatross museum and by then we had seen everything so we headed back to the train station. On the way we came across a cemetery which had a deserted old church foundation still standing. The ceiling was gone but the brick structure was still there. It was really cool and ...
... almost there? And at least it's a proper grass track now. We leave the sticky heat of the dunes behind and walk beside a wood which is much fresher. We are diverted across a field and around a golf course (third one today). The sign says it's two miles to North Berwick now. God, I thought we'd be there by now. We are now on a very posh looking road and feeling like we can't put another foot forward. But this is not ...
... Cow Gate (another little section of town - which had been transformed and packed with Fringe venues) and more or less straight into the next free comedy show that was on.
The show was full and we had to stand, but we thought that was probably a good thing as it meant the show would be OK. It was really good, had a bunch of comedians doing 10 minutes stints as a way of promoting their paid gigs. After that we we grabbed some more drinks and went into a second free ...