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    Hi,

    I have an interview at Moray House this week for PGDE Primary. I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions on the best way to travel there? I've only been to that area at the weekend before, so no idea if parking is possible midweek. But it looks like a bit of a trek from the train station, plus I'd rather not be a windblown, tired mess by the time I arrive!

    Any advice appreciated.
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    (Original post by KirstyTop)
    Hi,

    I have an interview at Moray House this week for PGDE Primary. I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions on the best way to travel there? I've only been to that area at the weekend before, so no idea if parking is possible midweek. But it looks like a bit of a trek from the train station, plus I'd rather not be a windblown, tired mess by the time I arrive!

    Any advice appreciated.
    Moray House is indeed quite a distance from Waverley station (and if you don't want to arrive all sweaty to an interview ), and parking in Edinburgh is an absolute nightmare. I walked past Moray House a few weeks ago and there didn't seem to be much parking around, so your best bet would be to use Lothian Buses (£1.60 flat fare for all bus rides apart from SkyLink) to get there.

    The buses only take exact change so make sure you have coins. M-Tickets are an option, but you need to buy £10 worth of tickets...
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    (Original post by Blue_Cow)
    Moray House is indeed quite a distance from Waverley station (and if you don't want to arrive all sweaty to an interview ), and parking in Edinburgh is an absolute nightmare. I walked past Moray House a few weeks ago and there didn't seem to be much parking around, so your best bet would be to use Lothian Buses (£1.60 flat fare for all bus rides apart from SkyLink) to get there.

    The buses only take exact change so make sure you have coins. M-Tickets are an option, but you need to buy £10 worth of tickets...
    Thank you Blue Cow
 
 
 
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