Dorstan Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 …
... heart, liver, and lungs with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt- wrap it in the sheeps stomach and simmer for three hours and you're ready for the taste explosion that, surprisingly, no other nation in the world elected to copy- Haggis. Serve with 'neeps and tatties' (Scottish for turnips and potatoes) and start everything off with a bowl of Cullen Skink (thick fish soup) and, if you finish, you should qualify for Scottish Landed Immigrant Status. It ...
... happy. Hahah. Back on our next bus and on to Amsterdam. The wifi sucked again but we chose better seats this time at the front of the bus and I'm glad we did. We got to watch the bus pull onto the Chunnel train. So cool. We were sitting on a bus, riding a train and underwater all at the same time. My ears were popping like crazy but thirty minutes later we were in France. Stop after stop throughout Europe and now we are finally close to Amsterdam and my ...
... information point where he read that Whitby was the birth place of Captain James Cook. It was here that he joined the Navy and eventually with his skill of navigation became a captain of his own ship, set sail and as most people know found a few plots of land on his travels including our home country New Zealand. After a cup of coffee, made on site may I add..lol (in the camper) we drove off to find somewhere to park for the night. We are now parked in a rest area or picnic area where ...
... grateful to Ruby for telling me the avocado and pine nut wrap was her favourite. I had one today and it was delicious. After lunch we walked to George Street, which is parallel with Princes Street, and where we knew there was a Cath Kidston shop. It was a lovely shop, but we couldn't decide what to buy and will have to go back later. We then walked to Princes Street and had a look in some of the Scottish souvenir shops ...