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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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Day 46 Thursday September 17 John o'Groats
The previous evening was a big night. The Australian contingent set the tone with a bagpiper to pipe us in to dinner and, later, an MG song by the group to the tune of Walzing Matilda. The Brits responded in kind, as best they could. There was a competition to describe the best deed of assistance on the tour during which Beth, our sole solo driver, described her car as menopausal - 60 years ...
Three days in and we are beginning to master driving on the left side of the road! Today provided much opportunity for us to practice.
This morning we traveled about an hour to Edinburgh for church at St. Giles Catherdral. The oldest parts of this cathedral date back to 1120!!! After the Reformation the focus was on the Word and the pulpit was moved to the center of the church where it remains today. As ...
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The Whiskey Experience was actually really interesting and educational. When I get home I'll have more knowledge about Scotch Whiskey than any of my friends who actually drink it. Which.... could come in handy someday, maybe. We wandered back down the Royal Mile through a neat graveyard and some side streets and had a lovely, but still freezing evening. Yay Scotland, I like you. Well done. ...
... is great and knowing that they have a fantastic daddy at home really helps.
3. The worst experience?The number of homeless people has been quite confronting, it is not something that I see at home but to walk past people in the street asleep or begging has been hard especially the older people and those with children. You see them sitting on the street looking freezing cold, holding out a cup looking for money, very confronting and sad that this is the way some ...