Mackenzie Guest House

Address: 2 East Hermitage Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH6 8AA, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Royal Yacht Britannia, Gray Line Scotland Ltd, Kinloch Anderson, and Kojin.
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      A travel blog entry by sadfanboy on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... was a little bench that had been made with stone legs and a wooden seat. On it was a plaque in remembrance of a young American 20 year old girl called Margret who lost her life near by. I have no idea on the events that took place but thought it touching to dedicate a seat for whom I assume a tourist. After soaking in such scenery we set of for Fort William which is very close to UK's biggest mountain 'Ben Nevis'. It took a while to find the start of the walking trail but we made it ...


      A travel blog entry by phil.worner on Jun 12, 2014

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      Today began with a little bit of a big hangover. I decided to do the free tour which wasn't until 11am so had a bit of time to have breakfast and sleep in before it started. The free tour consisted of an American guide who showed us some of the unique parts of the city telling us a lot about its colourful past. I would suggest looking at the comments on the photos themselves for a little more detail. What I did like about edinburgh is they keep their traditional things going ...

      Day Three

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      Bagpipes, Kilts and a Wee Bit of Scotch

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