The Point Hotel Edinburgh
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Simple but clean. Maybe 2.5 Stars
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... cable doesn’t fit.
Back to “Curry’s” (in the meantime John has lost the receipt).
Exchange for a basic generic cable.
Back to van – IT WORKS!!
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... been used to cover very old stone houses and the stucco has been whitewashed…almost all with a white covering. However, Edinburgh is mostly built of stone.
I am walking distance to a great butcher, fishmonger, newsagent, small supermarket, buses and all kinds of coffee shops and restaurants. Ironically, my neighbourhood has become too yuppyfied to have a traditional pub. (At least not one that I’ve found so far!) ...
... I'll let you decide who that was. Just before we were ready to leave, the sound of sirens filled the air. Four policemen dressed in bright yellow rode up on motorcycles. Behind them a sedan and a range rover pulled up, Prince Charles gave a quick wave, then disappeared into a building. Our brush with Royalty lasted three seconds! The British Museum contains all of the items that Britain 'acquired’ from the colonies. We spent a couple hours ...
... I was super-duper extra lucky on that because one seat had a young woman who was just really slow at removing her gear from the other seat. My hubby plopped down there and I went to get the other seat that I could see. It was a facing backwards seat but there was just enough room on the luggage rack overhead to stuff my suitcase and then hubby and I changed seats as he doesn’t mind traveling backwards.