Perhaps it started to take the Edinburgh public for granted, or maybe it just didn’t move with the times quickly enough. Whatever the reason, The Villager on George IV Bridge lost its mojo.
Check-in procedures are rarely a notable part of a hotel stay. When you receive VIP treatment immediately on arrival it does leave a big impression.
It may not have been the serene setting of The Grange or the leafy surrounds of Carlton CC, yet there was something appealing about watching beach cricket being played for the first time in Edinburgh.
Building business links Nineteen years ago, Paul Lawrie checked in at Carnoustie on a journey which would change his life forever. On a rainswept final day of the 1999 Open Championship, the Aberdonian came from 10 shots behind to win the Claret Jug after a play-off involving Justin Leonard and Jean van de Velde, the […]
Family Holiday: Disney, Orlando Direct services mean the Sunshine State has never been more accessible for Scots Disney World’s Magic Kingdom proclaims itself to be the ‘most magical place on earth’. And it’s hard to disagree. Regardless of age, the moment you step through the entrance of the famous theme park in Orlando, you sense […]