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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGillis Centre Edinburgh
Despite being very ill this was our second stay here and again they were fantastic rooms were clean an comfortable, Breakfast is basic and the fresh home made bread is so lovely. It is within walking distance of the High street but far enough to be out of the hustle and bustle of the city centre.
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Went to Linlithgow Palace which we really enjoyed even got a free tour from a lovely young lass in period costume - actually better than it sounds. Then visited "The Wheel" a pretty impressive piece of engineering where they can raise boats onto the canal. Followed by Stirling Castle & the Wallace Monument before a pub dinner near the beach at Portobello before we crashed out. Jet lag catching up with ...
... 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 ...
... it a night, as everyone was quite tired from travelling.
The next day we decided to do the "Sandeman's" free walking tour of Edinburgh, which is the same concept as the other free walking tours I have done. Our tour guide (Andy) was a young chap from Edinburgh, and he showed us around the main area of the city and gave us some good information. After picking up our tickets for a few shows from the "Royal Mile", we got a taxi back to the B&B, however once again I ...
Our one day Scottish Borders bus trip starts with a visit to Rosslyn Chapel, which is about 20 minutes out of Edinburgh. The Chapel has been around since the 15th century and we have an opportunity to have a good look around the Chapel and Crypt, before a Chapel guide takes is through a brief history.
The guide gives a really interesting presentation providing some key points on the history, myths and also work done to ...
Sunday 28th April.
Another delay but we are now back in Edinburgh Airport where the story began.....this time.
Many years ago Alex had said goodbye to Annie to go to a country at war in the Far East that few people had even heard of.
That trip lasted 3 years.
60 Years later he said goodbye again to return ...