The Queensferry Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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What a tiny, picturesque little town! There were fantastic little views of both the Forth Bridge (Rail bridge, Red, Built in 1890) and the Fort Road Bridge (for cars, silver, built in 1964). They both span the Firth of Forth (the water), between Fife (all these 'F' words!) and Edinburgh.
Apparently Gordon Brown lives somewhere here as well!
... went through his stuff and figured out that the suitcase matched the name in he wallet, which matched the name of a guy staying in our room. He had moved his stuff to KP's bed because he wanted the bed farthest from the window. His stuff was moved to his proper bed and Kathleen settled into hers.
Since it as our first night in Edinburgh, we decided to go explore. It was still early, and we didn't want to waste any time. We made a left out of our hostel and down he steps ...
our big day had finally arrived. We left the BB in rather a hurry after an issue with the drivers seat. did however enjoy our fist cooked Scottish breakfast. YUM The morning was "moist" and unbeknown to us we were right in the Glen off Nevis already.After careful consultation with the ranger and in consideration of the weather started our ascent with proposal we would not have time to Reach the summit. The walk started challenging with deep rock steps mostly uneven ...
... individual rooms. Rates were decent but they can be even cheaper sometimes. The location is superb: just under the High str. (remember? vertical city).
Returning to Lunasa issue. I had no luck finding the proper blueberry pie to celebrate on my own. So I bought real blueberries, cream and blueberry smoothie and had a real feast in the campus.
In the end of the day I must admit that Edinburgh is the most beautiful city in Great Britain ...
... Lungburn St. To get up to the Royal Mile aka tourist street and where all my tours are leaving from, I have to do the very gradual winding climb. I posted a pic of a flight of stairs on FB which are the step equivalent of the street. I generally will stop once or twice to 'window shop' aka try to stop hyperventilating. So while I feel pretty sludgy and blah with the diet etc, I am actually doing a fair bit of exercise. There ...