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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... songs down the street and event on the bus (People must have thought we were a bit mad) we arrived at the hotel 20 minutes late for a dinner of roast beef and a buffet of vegies. The boys then started talking about hitting the town again so I went up and got changed into my nice clothes only to come back down to the group sitting in the café and every single one of them sitting lazily half asleep. After talking with the girls for an hour we all retired to bed for an early night. ...
This morning i got up at 8am. I showered – bit of a walk to the showers on the floor of the hostel that i was on. I dressed and then went down to breakfast. Breakfast at this hostel was
1.50 pounds extra, paid at breakfast and was cereal and a bread roll with juice and coffee. After eating i went back to the room, got ready for the day, used the WiFi, then left the hostel for the day.
From the hostel i walked back onto the royal mile, walked down ...
So we collect Charlie, our massive van, and head North!
On the way we see Hadrian's Wall. History lesson-Hadrian’s Wall is a stone wall the Roman’s built 1500 years ago ALL THE WAY across the UK when Emperor Hadrian visited the northern point of his Roman Empire and became so tired of dealing with the Scots that he told his army to just build a wall to keep them out. It’s like a mini version of the ...
... a tour of Mary Kings Close. The city has some fascinating stories. It is like a fairy tale place with the high cliffs of the castle above. Beautiful solid old buildings wherever you look grey on grey on grey. .. But still a very romantic city. With parks and statues, happy faces and the odd kilt. Cobbles streets, hills and alleyways .. Called a close. the buildings are uniformly 4 or 5 stories high. Edinburgh was once awakes city but the only evidence of ...
We woke up this morning to a bit of 'the mist' but it quickly cleared to a beautiful sunny day. Mick and I enjoyed a beautiful panoramic drive to The Trossachs which means 'wee list of hills' or mini-highlands. We learned a lot about the area's history as well as viewing some absolutely gorgeous scenery!
In Newhaven, which is a port city near Leith, we saw the old two story row houses along the shore. They each had a balcony where the servants would ...