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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we stayed in the room until the 11:00am checkout time. Our train to Edinburgh was at 1:00pm, so we didn't really have time to see any sites (or a place to put our luggage). We had another fry up at home, though we were still full from eating late the night before so weren't able to finish.
We arrived at the train station early and grabbed a healthy bite to eat (salads, fruit, etc) and brought it on the train. The train was ...
... of enthusiasm but while the burning the evil of the past year and warding off future evil spirits does date back to pagan times, the Edinburgh edition is a much more recent event). Led by six pipe bands and a squad of Scottish Vikings, the mile of flame marched from George IV Bridge to Calton Hill, where the fireworks awaited us. Sounds good but as the safety officer in this relationship I couldn't help but notice that a number of the 8500 torches (8500 was ...
... old ancient Roman ruins. The Nelson monument is a telescope shape with a black ball on the top. The ball goes up a post near the hour of 1:00 and drops the minute the one o'clock cannon fires from the castle, for both an auditory and visual indication of the time to sailing ships in the habour.
From the top of Calton hill we could see Edinburgh castle across the city atop another hill - out next destination. We made ...
... the last of hurricane Bertha caught up with the Scottish land and kept us indoors to reminisce and see photos.Located John Brown and his tour through Trip Advisor. When we arrived in Boscastle the owner of our b&b called him for us and easily made our arrangements. We took a bus to Port Isaac and found him in his store called May contain Nuts. He is extremely personable and being 3rd generation has a wealth ...
... go on a country road route and arrive at Edinburgh about 3.30pm.
The traffic is horrendous with cars and buses and trams going everywhere. Noel gets in the wrong lane a couple of times and we experience the uneasy feeling of going up a small one way side street the wrong way. Our accommodation is not far from the the centre of Edinburgh but it is awkwardly placed and difficult to get to but we eventually find it after Noel is again yellow ...