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TravelPod Member ReviewsLyncliff Hotel Edinburgh
Greg and Isabel Fernandez are a wonderful couple who provide their home to guests as a lovely B&B in the heart of Edinburgh! They are located at the base of Calton hill and they are within 25 min walk to Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile! Bus stop is righit around the corner and the neighborhood is very safe and quiet!
Breakfast is included with stay each morning between 8-9 and includes eggs, sausage, bacon, hash brown, roasted tomato, cucumber, mushrooms, toast, cereals and fruit!
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... for our good friend John to wear.
Now whilst highly inaccurate on the facts (like Robert the Bruce's part), Braveheart combat and weaponry was spot on.
It was quiz night at the Hostel, so after filling up on my first (but definitely not last) Haggis we formed a Mötley Crew that took out the championship!!!! The celebratory bottle of sparkling wine didn't help us the next morning - neither did the smell of burnt hair.
Our day ...
... these markets that run through to Christmas very popular. Our train from Larbert had standing room only. Trains from all over Scotland and into England were full this day. We had warm mulled wine of course and a lot of fun. Tim's Girlfriend came over and they went off for a date. Wendy and I finished up by sharing a fresh waffle loaded with cherries and sauce dribbled all over with two types of chocolate. I'll let the pictures speak for ...
... of Scots was interesting. What is also interesting is the shop, all the shops in these royal buildings sell exactly the same souvenirs but just change the name - buckingham palace, Windsor palace, Holyroodhouse. We walked up the Royal Mile, bought fudge and ended in the Worlds End Pub for lunch where Jamie and Claire (Outlander) had dinner after they were reunited. We went back to ...
... a wider community to play a part." In other words, the Scottish bagpipers and drummers, and the highland dancers. They were amazing. You could just feel the swell of national pride in these extraordinary musicians and dancers whenever they took the field. At the end of the hour and a half show, the lone piper high up on the Castle ramparts plays a tune for the fallen warriors of Scotland, and there was hardly a dry ...