23 Greengarden House Serviced Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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The Apex City Hotel is a fantastic destination in the centre of the Scottish city of Edinburgh. It offers a wonderful place for travellers to venture to that’s near many attractions and
landmarks. The four-star residence is close to the commercial centre of the city so is the best place for both business and leisure tourists. Guests will appreciate the traditional exterior of the hotel but will also like ...
... is almost pitch black and the time is around 6.30 or so, hence the need for an alarm.
Despite looking forward to a sleeping I was awake as usual by 6.15 - and with a headache. I think the culmination of two totally nonstop weeks of really strenuous activity was catching up! Anyway went down to brekkie soon after 8 and a really nice couple from Melbourne said to come to their table. As they were all set for just two, I did what any normal person would do and took a ...
Slept in, brekky at quaint café across road. Train strike today and traffic horrendous, Walked around to pick up Golden tour hop on/off bus 3 day pass plus some local tours. Jumped on bus that took an hour to travel 2 klms. Left us and walked thru St James park (saw some damn squirrels for first time) and looked at Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament along with a million other people. Thought HK, Bangkok etc busy but London up there with them. ...
... the carpark.
Today we did a Trafalgar tour of London. We drove by most of the significant buildings and then walked to Pall mall to see the changing of the guard, It was interesting to see but I was surprised to find that mall was not as big as it appears on TV. The bus tour ended at Trafalgar Square. We found the bus quite interesting as you could see where you were going ...
... then got talking to a family and the father very kindly interpreted the tube map for me so I knew what trains I had to catch after the show. Then when I sat in my seat, the lady in front of me was showing her friend a video of her Bichon playing in the sea. So I showed her my pic of Sharky leaping into the de wits pool, and said that she was making me miss my dogs. So then we talked quite a bit about various things, and at the intermission ...