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2 stars
Gimmick bottles with poor usability

Fidlock TWIST is a system for attaching water bottles magnetically to the bike frame. As the name suggests, you have to twist the bottle in order to get it off.

The system works alright, bottles won’t fall. It may also be possible to install these to positions where normal bottle holder can’t, since they typically require some space above the bottle to be able slide it off. These only need the space for a little twisting motion.

That’s it for the positive sides. It’s very inconvenient to place the bottle back to it’s magnetic mount. Basically you have to feel around randomly until it clicks, or look down, which can be dangerous on a road. Traditional bottle holders are way more convenient to use.

Unless you really need to install a bottle to a tight spot in your frame, it’s not worth it vendorlocking yourself to Fidlock. A gimmic product range.

5 stars
Gut versteckt aber sehr lecker  de

Der Laden ist etwas unscheinbar, wenn man die Industriestraße entlangfährt und sie nicht kennt und wo das Restaurant noch nicht auf OSM eingetragen war. Aber die Strandkörbe neben dem Haus Nr. 5 kann man danach nicht mehr übersehen. Das Tagesgericht ist sehr empfehlenswert gewesen und der anschließende Milchreis und Apfelkuchen auch.

5 stars
Would highly recommend

Went here for lunch after finding most of Llanidloes closed. The staff were incredibly friendly and talkative, and the food was amazing. I had a halloumi burger, which I would highly recommend. The HPA (a beer) was also supposedly excellent, as was the cider. Will definitely visit again.

5 stars

We went here for lunch on our way home from Edinburgh. Nothing but delicious meals and great service, and plenty of choice for gluten-intolerant people. The restaurant itself was calm and quiet, no doubt because of its location. I am led to believe that the beer is excellent also.

5 stars
Jumpscares and Jokes: Brilliant!

I went on this tour with my family, and loved every minute of it! There were jumpscares and jokes, amazing special effects (such as birds flying overhead on cue), and a brilliant and immersive retelling of Edinburgh’s history. The two who were running it seemed jolly and excited, and perfectly presented their characters. Would go again.

Mamma's American Pizza
5 stars

Friendly staff, great service and delicious pizza. What more could you want? Plenty of choice for gluten-intolerant people (coeliacs), and the leftovers were boxed up within seconds of us asking, for us to take them home. Will definitely visit again.

5 stars
A brilliant day out

This was a brilliant day out! The illusions themselves were varied and interesting. Everything from automata to plasma spheres to a mirror maze. The camera obscure was very interesting and was presented awesomely by the staff. I would definitely visit again.

5 stars

I went here for breakfast on my trip to Edinburgh. The food was great and the staff were friendly. There was also plenty of choice for coeliacs (people who are gluten-intolerant). The choice of music (mostly rock, alternative, and grunge) that was playing was also fantastic. Would definitely visit again.

5 stars

I visited this restaurant with my family on our first night in Edinburgh. We had been wandering the area for a while, searching for a restaurant that was open, not too expensive, not too busy, and that served gluten-free food. We found it at The Ship On The Shore. The staff were cheery and helpful, and there was a good selection of drinks. I had the linguine, followed by limoncello sorbet, which were exquisite. While the entire meal was a bit more expensive than we are used to, I would say that it was worth it for such an enjoyable meal.

3 stars
Not bad

The WiFi was not working and the beds were a bit uncomfortable, but the staff were friendly and helpful, the rooms were clean and it was, overall, pretty good for a budget hotel. The hotel is also not far from the city of Edinburgh, so breakfast and entertainment are well within reach.