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TravelPod Member ReviewsFiddlers Elbow Edinburgh
Had a nice stay disregarding all the negative comments I read on Trip Advisor. Was a very convenient location and 5 minute walk to a bus station where we took a bus back to London. Stayed on the top floor, room facing the street, and were not disturbed by any noise whatsoever. Would stay there again.
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We had thought we might like to go and visit the Royal Yacht Britannia, which is in dock at Leith, so we drove there this morning only to be put off by the steep entry fee. So we took some photos of it from the windows of the shopping mall next door and headed back to the city. We found a travel agent to get some advice about the Czech Republic, as Leicester and Lidka's plans have changed and we are now not going to be able to spend a ...
... galleys on this level, with the Royal Family having their own.
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... off, and then he brought me and all my belongings over to Paul’s house. Paul is being a great friend and holding on to a few bags that contain everything I own that I am not taking travelling with me. It’s going to save me a small fortune over the next year, so it’s much appreciated.
After missing the turn for the airport (sorry Graham, I had to mention it), we got to Edinburgh airport with more than enough time. Lee and Pnina ...
I went on a day tour today. The weather was rather appalling, unfortunately. Very windy and rainy, I managed to trash another umbrella. The driver took us for a lower view of the Forth bridge from the little suburb of South Queensferry which is lovely. Then to St Andrews, which is a very pretty town with delightful old buildings and little streets and lots of flowers. Rainy and blowy, so I did not walk on the old course which is allowed on Sundays. I looked through the ...