Dorstan Guest House
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We started our 2 weeks in Edinburgh. We took a Ryan Air flight to Edinburgh from Dublin for 17 euros (about 25$) each one way, and 25 euros for the 1 piece of checked luggage! It was definitely a low budget experience (a free for all to ensure you got on with your carry on and very squatty seats.
This was an historic time to be visiting …
The living room more than “shabby chic” is nonetheless casual and inviting complete with its baby grand piano.
I am so glad a private company owns her and administrates her maintenance to the level the Royal Navy kept it up.
... able to play golf as the day is turning out to be a beauty. However, as a substitute, Patsy agrees to play the 9 hole pitch and putt course called the Wee Course. We go in to select our clubs and Patsy causes some delay in deciding whether she needs a right handed club or a left handed club but eventually settles for left handed. We then head out to play and have a great time on the little course which is a series of holes probably 50 - 70 metres ...
August is "Festival Month" in Edinburgh, highlighted by the world's largest Fringe Festival!
At the same time, the city hosts the International Book Festival, International Festival (classic music), International Jazz Festival, and Edinburgh Art Festival. To top it all off, every night in August the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo performs!
These fantastic events draw 3,500,000 people into a city whose ...
Today I was meant to go on a tour to Hadrian's Wall, and while I am ****** off at myself that I am not there, I decided that I needed a sleep in! And clearly I did, as I went to bed about 1.30 (after skyping with mum and faffing around on the net) and I slept til 11.30! Then googled the post office and realised the post office closes at 12.30 so hauled ****. I hope the parcel I sent to myself doesn't bust open as there are ...