Novotel Edinburgh Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Edinburgh Park
Bare feet on a wet carpet? Is there a russian tank build into the wall, or is it the heater/aircon?
It's nine minutes to Seven - DON'T YOU DARE to get yourself a coffee! We start working at Seven. Is that service? A nice stay?
Go there, and find out!
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... tour was well run and worth the price of admission.
After this we went to St Gile's Cathedral. This church dates back to 14th century and was the preaching grounds for John Knox (who was a Presbyterian). He first preached here in 1559 and it was at his insistence that every person should be able to read the word of God, that gave Scotland an education system 300 years ahead of the rest of Europe. The church was burned by the English in 1385 and it was rebuilt bigger ...
... and they pulled them out and restored them. We had a nice lunch in the freezing cold near a black watch memorial, which was in a bit of a park and then headed to the St Andrew's Golf Course. We had wanted to try and get there for the walking tour they do of the old course but we didn't make it because of traffic. So instead we went in an had a bit if a look ourselves and then decided to play a bit of put put (it cost us $4 to play). Sim was incredibly happy that he won even if it ...
... Office. It is at 180 High Street except that it's labelled 'Royal Mile', not 'High Street' and there are no numbers on the buildings. We ask one of the people thrusting flyers in our direction. They don't know either, but it 'might' be the place with the long queue outside just up the hill. It is...and we almost give up when we see the length of the queue. Would we like a sweet whilst we are waiting to be served asks one of the staff? ...
... but the food was really good too. Dad and I got warm, grilled sandwiches and side salads, and Nikki got a baked potato with hummus and peppers. We sat in the back corner of the cafe, enjoying the unique atmosphere and some time off of our feet. Before we left, I stopped to use the restroom and quickly saw that nearly every surface, from the walls and ceiling to the soap dispenser was covered with ...
... with whom I was travelling, who eventually became chauffeurs throughout the trip. We met at the Victoria Underground station, walked upto the Bus station. which people have outside the station, they walk up-to you and ask you for day travel card, I know it helps them to travel. but somehow it seemed weird. They assume that you have a day travel card and you are eaving london and you might as well give it to them. Tip: It is bit of a walk from ...