Victoria Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of wine and the red wine was watered down... After the food came the entertainment...They had a bloke about 50 yrs old wearing a Kilt with a smile plastered on his face the whole time.. He was the main singer he was also the compeer in fact he was everything..we couldn't see past his glued on smile..we were wondering if he was grinning and the wind changed or if he had had Plastic surgery go wrong.. Anyway it just proved to myself ...
... and loved the day. Unfortunately for me, i hit a brick wall… at 8pm… jet lag kicked in - so left when the dancing got underway. Monday 8th Today was a leisure rest day, just what we all needed. After breakfast we (Pam, Carolyn and Annemarie) went for a walk to the village of Luss, and had a look around. Beautiful village that is a Heritage protected site. The shops are lovely, and there is an old church on the ...
... spot for the tour. After getting checked in, we set off with a group of about 40 people and our tour guide, Jonny. It was a history tour so we went around to different buildings, statues, and landmarks and talked about why they were there and their impact on Edinburgh. Edinburgh is rich with history and tradition, much much more than I ever thought and Jonny was so passionate about it. He is a great story teller and made the ...
... great job at hiding it mom!) ;) Once I wasn't shaking anymore I left and did some window shopping. Walked around old town and the Royal Mile; so many cashmere shops! It's a bit ridiculous. I was searching for a bag and finally settled on one that I didn't hate. Of course then I walked down the street a bit more to find this guy selling leather backpacks which is what I was REALLY wanting. Damn it! I'm too lazy to take anything back though and waste ...
We arrive in Edinburgh from the bus mid afternoon and trekked off to find our hostel from the station. We were given a map by a helpful Scot whose directions seems easy enough….1 hr later, apparently not so.
Walking through Edinburgh for the first time was amazing, but we decided to be tourist later in the day after we got rid of our bags. We soon realized that we were basically standing on the street directly above the street we needed to be on, ...