Alba Hills Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Alba Hills Guest House Edinburgh
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... out of the room. I was extremely lightheaded and the air was dry and cold on my throat. Once I got to the right pub, I ordered a steak and ale pie with chips. It was a very warm homey meal that warmed me right up. I also figured I might as well have a whiskey to soothe my throat, so I chose a McCallan 18. I walked back to the apartment when I was finished. British TV is beyond weird and entertaining. I've been watching a show that just ...
... exhibits was still there.
Around 1828, there were a series of murders that occurred throughout Edinburgh, eventually attributed to William Burke and William Hare. Burke and Hare had met a doctor, Robert Knox, who would pay them for any corpses they exhumed from the local graveyards, in order for Knox to use them in his lectures on anatomy. After a while, they realised that they could forgo the effort of digging up corpses, and ...
... spot of Whiskey! It is now 110% time for bed!!! The next 12 hours in Scotland was amazing we woke up and decided it was time to stretch our legs and away we went for a run up Arthur's Seat! Wow I was not prepared for what Arthur's seat was it was a giant hike but we'll worth it the view from the top it was awesome! And it was such a great feeling to get there! From Arthur's Seat we thought why not check out the rest of the town so we ran the streets ...
... was quite good and the plane looked half decent when it landed.I wasn't sure what to expect. But now glad that we are on our way. We quickly boarded and we were soon on our way to Bangkok.
Never been in Bangkok before so another experience on route. Although it was only in the Airport. But another place to tick of the countries we have been to.We arrived safely in Bangkok and got our bags and we had quite a wait before we ...
Whilst strolling along the streets I came across some markets on the Royal Mile. This man who was full of character was selling jewellery which he had made from cutlery. I had been looking for a ‘spoon ring’ for a while as my amazing Welsh friend has one and I just had to get one too. I picked one ...