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#41098 - Fri, 07 Nov 2008 19:15:00 Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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VOXGATE

Playhouse then Citrus Club?

Anyone?

Davy

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#41099 - Fri, 07 Nov 2008 22:30:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Well, Dave...its like this mate...you'll be deffo for the Citrus, as will Mike, Tommy & meself!
Get me drift??? wink

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#41100 - Fri, 07 Nov 2008 23:40:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I'm coming to the gig for sure.

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#41101 - Sat, 08 Nov 2008 02:36:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I should be here, assuming Sleepy sorts me out a corner to kip in...

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#41102 - Sat, 08 Nov 2008 04:55:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Aye, me and the missus will be there for this one. I was deciding between this one or Sheffield but might do both.

I've got to be there for the first gig. smile

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#41103 - Sat, 08 Nov 2008 20:40:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Got to go to the first show!! laugh

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#41104 - Sat, 08 Nov 2008 20:47:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Count me too (but no tequila this time) laugh

Thomas

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#41105 - Sat, 08 Nov 2008 23:50:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Just spoke to the guys @ Citrus & they said everyone is welcome along there for an aftershow shindig, loads of cracking tunes from the past cool

Will be a cracking night excited

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#41106 - Sun, 09 Nov 2008 02:47:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I'll be up for this one as well!!

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#41107 - Sun, 09 Nov 2008 04:26:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I've just booked my flights for this one - #15.99 Cardiff to Edinburgh on 10 April, 4 pence for the return flight on Saturday 11th!!!! See you all there woohoo

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#41108 - Sun, 09 Nov 2008 09:22:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Definately up for this.

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#41109 - Sun, 09 Nov 2008 19:48:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Cass has just confirmed that this is the one she wants to go to so if I can get us tickets then this is a definite for us.

Update......we got our tickets so if all are welcome.....

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#41110 - Sun, 09 Nov 2008 22:58:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I think I'll be at this one.

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#41111 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 08:26:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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All folks who have Edinburgh tickets say 'AYE' smile

Lets make this a night to remember guys! cool
(Nothing to do with that mince Shalamar!)

Some of us need to heal open wounds smile

I can accomodate 6 people,as long as they all look like Kelly Brook okay! lurve

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#41112 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 08:41:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Aye, thanks to Sleepy (and Glasgae too, hurrah!).

I'm sure you were telling me I looked like Kelly Brook the other night, or was it a smelly fook? confused

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#41113 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 08:43:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Aye!

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#41114 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 08:48:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I'm sure you were telling me I looked like Kelly Brook the other night, or was it a smelly fook? confused
More Captain Hook than Kelly Brook laugh laugh laugh Aaaaaarrrggghhh!!! laugh

Thomas

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#41115 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 09:11:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Yeah right then Mr 'STAY IN YER BED ALL DAY' Klar!!!

Again!

All the folks who have Edinburgh tickets say...AYE! excited

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#41116 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 19:49:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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AYE Be great to meet others in a Bar before Concert excited

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#41117 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 19:58:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Aye - heading home for the first night.
looking forward amongst other things to the haggis supper from my favourite chip shop at the top of Leith Walk.

Probably driving up on the Thursday and back down on Sunday

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#41118 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 22:23:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I'll be there for sure, though the 5 minute walk is a bit of an onorous journey wink

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Be great to meet others in a Bar before Concert
The best bar in the area is probably the Barony down on Broughton Street. The Theatre Royal Bar next door to the theatre, and the Wetherspoon in the multiplex next door but one on the other side aren't bad, and there is drinkable beer in Milnes and the Conan Doyle. All the other bars in the area are loud, gay and have nothing worth drinking.

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#41119 - Tue, 11 Nov 2008 23:36:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Originally posted by Ferag NicBhrde:

there is drinkable beer in Milnes and the Conan Doyle.
Ah the memories smile
used to go to weekly quizes @ Conan Doyle. Was very comfy & atmospheric and an interesting place to visit - though may be a little small ?

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#41120 - Wed, 12 Nov 2008 22:49:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Sounds great guys, although the Conan Doyle is a wee bit on the small side frown

What about Lloyds Bar Karen?
Thats not too bad or too loud & the beer is cheaper & there are normally plenty of drinks promotions on cool

I think there will be tickets going for the Citrus for the aftershow, let you know guys when we have more information on this ok wink

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#41121 - Thu, 13 Nov 2008 06:44:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I shall wander up to edinburgh, row a, seat 27!! smack in the middle next to the aisle...... cussing

Lloyds used to be quite good tho, so I would go there, but will happily go wherever the voxgate is..... Looking forward to it. mexican

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#41122 - Thu, 13 Nov 2008 10:57:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Very excited to have snagged 2 great tickets to the first show, eh! Got a little carried away and bought 2 tickets to 3 other shows! And I've never been to the UK, so I figured this would be a great excuse to head across the pond. Would driving a "caravan" or VW camper van be viable? I don't think my main mode of transport - mush team - would be effective over there.
Any tips for a Canadian touring Britain?
Thanks friends!

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#41123 - Thu, 13 Nov 2008 17:49:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Originally posted by Spineless:
. Would driving a "caravan" or VW camper van be viable? I don't think my main mode of transport - mush team - would be effective over there.
Any tips for a Canadian touring Britain?
Thanks friends!
A drive from London -> Edinburgh would normaly take around 7 or 8 hours depending on time of day/ road works etc

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#41124 - Thu, 13 Nov 2008 18:08:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Any tips for a Canadian touring Britain?
Whilst in Scotland, I'd recommend a good look at the highlands. I spent a couple of holidays a year there throughout my childhood and youth since my grand parents lived in a little place called Grantown on Spey, near Aviemore. I think it's simply breathtaking around there. It has the most beautiful and evocative scenery in the whole of Britain for me. If you find yourself near Grantown, check it out.

However, I lived my entire youth six miles from Birmingham, England. A place that couldn't be more different from the highlands if it tried. I know that Canada can be pretty breathtaking too so you might not think the highlands are quite as incredible as I do. Still well worth a look though.

And don't forget London. As long as you pack some cash you can have a really very good time there. Having said that, the major museums are all free and most of those are pretty stunning.

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#41125 - Thu, 13 Nov 2008 18:48:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Definitely the Highlands........one of the most beautiful places in the world.....and here I am now in England having had to move south cry . If you can do it Loch Ness is worth a visit and Urquhart Castle area is where there have been more sightings of Nessie than anywhere else .

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#41126 - Thu, 13 Nov 2008 18:55:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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You could visit the Callanish Standing Stones, Isle Of Lewis, Where the band filmed One Small Day wink

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#41127 - Thu, 13 Nov 2008 19:30:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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You could visit the Callanish Standing Stones, Isle Of Lewis, Where the band filmed One Small Day wink
Unless you've got good sealegs make sure its on a relatively calm day because the crossing from Ullapool to Stornaway can be rough.....and used to be about 3.5 hours I think....may be better now. Worth it though.......

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#41128 - Fri, 14 Nov 2008 00:50:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I'm booked in the Jurys Inn close to Waverly train station - very happy with that.

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#41129 - Fri, 14 Nov 2008 08:53:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Thanks for all the tips! I'll be following Ultravox south from Edinburgh, Sheffield, Cardiff, then Brighton. I'm hoping to hook up with the Voxgates and meet some people who understand the phrase "Ultravox is the most under-rated band of the 80s".
All I know about driving the British countryside I learned from Top Gear! laugh

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#41130 - Fri, 14 Nov 2008 19:11:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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All I know about driving the British countryside I learned from Top Gear! laugh
In that case, I just hope you didn't learn about British people from Jeremy Clarkson...

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#41131 - Fri, 14 Nov 2008 20:19:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Hey, no knocking of Top Gear around here, LOL! Clarkson's a breath of totally un-PC fresh air, if you ask me. I know you didn't of course, but I don't care! I'm off to see Top Gear Live this Saturday, so I'm going to be a very happy bunny indeed. wink

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#41132 - Sat, 15 Nov 2008 05:12:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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...... I'm off to see Top Gear Live this Saturday, so I'm going to be a very happy bunny indeed. wink
Cass will be envious....she has quite a soft spot for Richard Hammond! Enjoy!

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#41133 - Sat, 15 Nov 2008 06:16:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Aye, I'm in for this one as well. Looking forward to it. Row A, just a few seats along from MidgeVox towards the end of the row. smile

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#41134 - Sat, 15 Nov 2008 06:26:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I'm booked in the Jurys Inn close to Waverly train station - very happy with that.
Thanks for the tip Craven, I'd forgotten about Jurys. I too will be coming in at Waverely and so want somewhere that's between the station and the Playhouse and of course, reasonably priced.

Any locals have any better suggestions - Sleepy, Mike L, Davy, Helen??? smile Nae hotels where you pay by the hour though! eek

Cheers
Mike

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#41135 - Sat, 15 Nov 2008 06:35:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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There's a Holiday Inn Express right over the road from the Playhouse - there's even a pelican crossing connecting the two.

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#41136 - Sat, 15 Nov 2008 06:39:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Cheers Feorag, I'll check it out.

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#41137 - Sat, 15 Nov 2008 07:11:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I ended up booking the Radisson for 99, not bad for a four star, the Holiday Inn Express were asking 109,and the Premier inn 84, Jurys inn was fully booked when i tried but i think it would have been 80 ish.The cost of this tour is adding up, still we've waited years, it's worth it!!!! mexican

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#41138 - Sat, 15 Nov 2008 22:29:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Originally posted by Ferag NicBhrde:
There's a Holiday Inn Express right over the road from the Playhouse - there's even a pelican crossing connecting the two.
Thanks....just booked there. Hadn't realised there was a Holiday Inn so close to the venue til I saw your post.

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#41139 - Mon, 17 Nov 2008 02:28:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Sleepy, Mike L, Davy, Helen??? smile Nae hotels where you pay by the hour though!
Sorry Mike,
Those are the only hotels we know! wink laugh

Just messin...... (sorry for not replying sooner, we've all been floored with flu, not had the concentration for ANYTHING, not even the internet! frown ) there are literally hundreds of hotels in Edinburgh, but the ones between the Waverly and the Playhouse will be among the most expensive.
The Balmoral (or the bad moral as it's known by it's employees), The Scotsman etc.
The Thistle hotel is about 88 and is just up the road from the playhouse, at the St James centre.... I thought that was quite good..... http://www.thistle.com/hotels/edinburgh/
The Osbourne is round the corner, further along the road from the Conan Doyle, on York Place. It's basic but it's fine in a basic clean accomodation type way: www.osbournehotel.com
Like Feorag said, there's a holiday inn express across the road.
Don't worry too much about the hotel not being too close to the venue, you can get just about anywhere in the city for about a fiver taxi fare, it's such a compact city.
It also depends on whether you want to be nearer the train station, Playhouse or the Citrus if you're intending of making a voxgate of it. There is a Premier Inn at Haymarket (if you can stay on the train to Haymarket Station, more so the better) which is also quite close to the Citrus. This is in the general vacinity of Fountain Park to which Daz referes. They call it Haymarket, but it's nearer Lothian Road.

I wasn't sure if I was going to make it to the gig, money is so incredibly tight and with me already being over the overdraft I had thought that it was a no-goer. I tried the card and it went through.... I'll incur charges of course, but I suppose at least I have a ticket. Really wanted to do Glasgow as well, but it's not looking hopeful, I'm too skint!

Hopefully see you all when you get here and it'll be a more successful "voxgate" than the one at the beginning of the month! :rolleyes: nutjob

wink

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#41140 - Mon, 17 Nov 2008 02:45:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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The Osbourne is round the corner, further along the road from the Conan Doyle, on York Place. It's basic but it's fine in a basic clean accomodation type way
Osbourne gets slagged off something rotten on tripadvisor

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Revie...h_Scotland.html

- but I suppose you gets what you pays for.

I would agree that you could stay just about anywhere in Edinburgh and still be in easy reach of anywhere you wanted to visit.

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#41141 - Mon, 17 Nov 2008 03:16:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Originally posted by david L.:
Quote:
Originally posted by leggylady:
The Osbourne is round the corner, further along the road from the Conan Doyle, on York Place. It's basic but it's fine in a basic clean accomodation type way
Osbourne gets slagged off something rotten on tripadvisor

- but I suppose you gets what you pays for.
LOL, exactly! If you read the individual comments they've all said it was clean and passible!

[edit..... conversation is a bit pointless.... it's fully booked 10th April anyway! LOL]

If you want gourmet food and outstanding decor, book in to the Balmoral... in fact don't, the Chef's name is an apt description of the food.... BLAND! biglaugh

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#41142 - Mon, 17 Nov 2008 04:47:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Originally posted by leggylady:
Quote:
Originally posted by Mike _C:
[b]Sleepy, Mike L, Davy, Helen??? smile Nae hotels where you pay by the hour though!
Sorry Mike,
Those are the only hotels we know! wink laugh

[/b]
Thought so!! wink eek

Thanks for all your advice and tips Helen. I'll get a good look round and see what's best. As it's Good Friday the City will probably have a few more visitors anyway so I'll need to be quick. I'm sure our Travel Dept at work have deals with a few hotels so I'll check that out tomorrow. smile

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#41143 - Mon, 17 Nov 2008 19:22:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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Right, that's me in the Holiday Inn. A short walk across the road seems preferable to walking.

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#41144 - Tue, 18 Nov 2008 02:20:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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If it was me personally and I was paying up front in advance, I'd go for the Thistle rather than the holiday inn and save myself at least 20 quid.
Thistle hotel to playhouse 5 min walk

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#41145 - Tue, 18 Nov 2008 09:43:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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The Osbourne is a total tip, stay well clear chaps wink

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#41146 - Wed, 19 Nov 2008 03:08:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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zzzzz

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#41147 - Wed, 19 Nov 2008 04:14:00 Re: Return To Eden - Edinburgh.
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I read so many mixed reviews of other hotels that I'd rather stick with chains I've used before and know what to expect. Holiday Inn I've found to be better quality accommodation than Travelodge and Premier Inn so I'm going with them again this time. It'll be reasonably convenient for the station as well as the venue and Princes St etc......and we are familiar with the area. Its booked and paid for so no changing my mind anyway!
I think Thistle is a bit cheaper than Holiday Inn but doesn't seem to include breakfast so could end up not much difference.....

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