14 Hart Street

Address: 14 Hart Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 3RN, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Old Town area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Playhouse, Playhouse Theatre, The Edinburgh Classic Tour, and Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop & Gallery.
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        A travel blog entry by adventureingenu on Nov 05, 2015

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        ... a name derived from the medieval practice of herding cattle down the street on market days. It's an awesome place, where the bridges of the streets above create massive medieval ceilings. After six lonely days in Glasgow, it was so lovely to be around people and to feel a part of the crowd again. This is why hostels are great - you meet the best people. You also drink enough that you don't really notice the smell or the cold...  The next day my other Aussie friend I had made ...

        Day 29: St. Andrews and Edinburgh

        A travel blog entry by creeky on Aug 03, 2015

        ... been renovated to turn it into a hotel. We settled in and decided to go to the hotel brasserie for dinner, where we had a 2 course meal. Mum started with a posh prawn cocktail, and I had a pork trio ( pork cheek, bacon and black pudding), I had a braised beef with mash and sweet potato crisps which was awesome and mum finished off with a selection of ice creams. We relaxed for a while before going to bed ready for a big day ...

        Edinburgh - Simply Stunning

        A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on Apr 15, 2015

        65 photos

        ... meal for a crisp Scottish day! :) After window shopping through the various souvenir outlets along the Mile, we continued to take in the beauty of Edinburgh with a hike up to Calton Hill to see the sunset over the city.

        The next day we took a beautiful walk up to Arthur’s Seat, a dormant volcano sitting 251m above sea level and the highest point in Holyrood Park. From here we ...

        Day 9 - Museum of Scotland

        A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 09, 2015

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        ... exhibits was still there.

        Around 1828, there were a series of murders that occurred throughout Edinburgh, eventually attributed to William Burke and William Hare. Burke and Hare had met a doctor, Robert Knox, who would pay them for any corpses they exhumed from the local graveyards, in order for Knox to use them in his lectures on anatomy. After a while, they realised that they could forgo the effort of digging up corpses, and ...

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        A travel blog entry by emseale on Oct 11, 2014

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        ... Potter series. It is easy to see her imagining the setting of her stories as Hogwarts is largely inspired by the castle view. We found a nice typical pub and my last meal in Scotland was chicken stuffed with haggis we all shared a fried Mars bar for dessert! Quite the Scottish influences, I must say! Our final tour was of the underground vaults, three stories down from the now street level bridges. They were built for ...