The Lodge at Carfraemill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Once landed in Edinburgh and a taxi was transporting us to our home away from home the driver pointed out to us the multitude of colourfully dressed people heading to the the pub nearest to the stadium for a few pints before the match started. This was at 3pm and the game didn't start until 6 so I knew that we were in the right place. Our goal in Edinburgh was to see the sites and experience some of the Fringe Festival. Little did I know that during our week long ...
... chill day it was great. We went shopping down Princes Street and got a few odds and ends that we needed. There were some great sales on so we didn’t spend a huge amount. For lunch we went and got nice salads, chicken, fresh bread and cheese from Marks & Spencers, then ate in the park taking in the view of all the glorious buildings and scenery. Afterwards, we just went back to the hostel for ciders and relaxed in the bar for a bit. We got ...
... bar and a list of entertainment..Hi-De Hi- Campers came to mind..lol. We didn't however participate in any of the finds but chose to have dinner and a drink by our self and get an early night. We hadn't been in bed long when we heard what sounded like a door catch, we listened closely but heard and thought nothing more of it until Rich noticed that the fridge light had gone out. He got up to check and went to look outside at the hook up connection to discover our cable had been ...
... say them out loud or I might gag. It wasn't as bad, I had a lot of gravy and I had a drink called "Iron Bru" which on the label says "consumption may make you hyperactive" There were Scottish men wearing kilts playing the bagpipes! How I envisioned Scotland. I loved hearing the bagpipes, I felt so cultured.
A friend from Sydney told me to climb Arthurs Seat a mountain at the bottom of the royal mile. It was a bit of a hike up, it was muddy ...
Well, Edinburgh, much like Seattle, is a city on a hill. One 'can' walk it if in shape. Sadly, I am not. I managed an up and down the hill walk on Friday, which killed my lower back and hip that were injured in the rearend collision two years ago, and woke up every muscle in my body. Yesterday ...