Picardy Place Hotel
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... a little out of town.
Poor Amanda, as we both received panicked messages from her that she had left her wallet in a cab. Understandably she was very stressed, but miraculously half an hour later we heard the driver had driven back and handed it in at the desk of the exhibition he had dropped them off at. She was waiting at the desk as the lovely girl had been helping her make some calls etc. Wow, that was lucky and she happily gave him a ...
... Holyrood Palace, old medieval town and new Georgian town where houses were built three stories high with a basement and an attic) wandering around the main commercial streets, ever ready to run for cover from the weather. Our major impression - why would anyone want to live here? Drab buildings and fierce weather and sausages and mash that were disgusting. We decided to 'pass' on the haggis and neeps. The castle is impressive, ...
... Highland Bull that resides here. He wasn’t feeling too well today though as someone had given him something to eat the day before that didn’t agree with him. Ray went straight in to get some food and just got in ahead off two busloads of people. Nice one! After a while, we hit the bus again. It was nice being on a mini bus as there was only a handful of us. We could see other big buses around the place at certain stops with about ...
... was supposed to take off. However we eventually get in the air and arrive at Edinburgh after a short flight, around an hour. Get in at around 2:30 and decide to take the bus to the center of city where our Hostel is located. 30 minutes later, we arrive at Waverley Station, at the virtual base of Edinburgh Castle, and make our way up hill to the Castle.
The Castle is a very imposing figure and very impressive due to ...
... many of whom put on great shows. The festival has maybe 3000 different acts, and each one is performed maybe a dozen times. This means that there was tens of thousands performances that took place in the course of one month. That is a lot of show power.
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I did eat haggis during my stay in Edinburgh. The free breakfast that was served to the residents of the dorms was Scottish centric: sausage, Canadian bacon, fried ...