Residence Inn Edinburgh
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... although I could not see much beyond the window, as the tracks was bound on both sides by foliage or we traveled through a ditch in the landscape. Occasionally, though, we could see the tall tri-bladed windmills that generate power for the surrounding towns, along with the ruins of old churches. While some parts resembled the countryside of the South-West of WA, others most definitely did not. The towns or villages had an old-world feel to them, even where more modern building had ...
... well actually – entrance/exit) to my little Mews – across the road is a lovely big tree. Several weeks ago it was full of beautiful, white, miniature flowers. Still now, I kick myself I didn’t take a photo as the blooms have all gone and the tree is all green. But looking out into the street, under the archway, it was quite spectacular – and very Spring! Maybe next year!!!
- A Danish woman came into work the other week. The pronunciation of ...
23-01-14After a rather cold night I was up bright and early and all ready for my long trip back to Edinburgh. The outside temp was a wonderful 2 Celsius and just right for the kind of adventure riding I enjoy.After a quick breakfast and bike loaded I set off towards “The Lecht” ski area. It sure had been snowing much of the night and there was quite a bit of snow along the road but the good thing was it was clear.Having stopped at “The Lecht” ...
... posters. And what a name right? Couldn't resist. Very enjoyable cider as well!
After lunch we went to Edinburgh castle which was built over a thousand years ago and was carved out of the cliffside. We took an audio tour and still couldn't make much sense of the place. At times it was the royal palace, an English garrison, a political prison and more recently home to the Scottish crown jewels. ...
... much closer than us though! We all walked together to the Haggis building, where we were meeting the rest of the crew, Team US, Mark, V, Mary and Victoria, and Ash from Sydney. We all walked down the Mile together to try and find the Indian place that Kay had recommended. We walked for quite a while, almost the whole length of the road, and didn't come across it. We were about half a block from the end, when Victoria decided to take charge and ask someone for directions. ...