The Point Hotel Edinburgh
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Point Hotel Edinburgh
Simple but clean. Maybe 2.5 Stars
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... to what I can see that all the youngsters now have these hi powered cars and are like boy racers racing all around the wonderful coastal roads and towns and simply making a nuisance of themselves.
In all this trip was simply fantastic and the weather was really fantastic for this time of year. Even the road home to Scotland the temp sat at 11 Celsius which is almost unheard of at this time of year.
As for my little ...
... Bar. I met an Edinburgh local lady, a Indian lady by the name of Wendy, an American girl by the name of Kelly, a Spanish girl by the name of Amparo, others I couldn't remember. Amparo was invited to another bar by the name of Cargo Bar, by a Spaniard guy by the name of Gabriele. We left Harry's Bar in search of this other bar with only a general idea of where the bar was located with no maps or GPS. We often had to ask for directions in order to find our way. The locals were very ...
... had a great night with a few drinks and a delicious Chinese meal before the show then drinks after the show with friends at The Peartree. We had caught the bus in to town which then of course saw us trying desperately to catch a taxi about 2.30am to get home again to no avail. I didn't think we looked that bad! Walked thru Holyrood Park which was shrouded in fog and very eerie and managed to hail someone down at the other end. ...
... Ness, searching again for a glimpse of the legendary beast! Stopping along the way for a Hot Choccie to warm us up and again beautiful scenery and castles. We visited a Whisky Distillery which also warmed us up and stopped at the Culloden Battlefield and heard some chilling stories. We learnt that Between 1,500 and 2,000 Jacobites were killed or wounded in the brief battle, while government losses were lighter with 50 dead ...
... sport, or travel; I find it refreshing and, just as equally, astounding that such like-mindedness should come from what is very much an international community. It seems a great blessing to be exposed to and learn from such unique personalities. Greater still is the perspective that it brings and, with it, the appreciation that an understanding of one’s place in this world is a very rare thing.
It occurs to me that the majority of ...