15 Merchiston Gardens

Address: 15 Merchiston Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH10 5DD , United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Merchiston area of Edinburgh, is near Gorgie City Farm, Ideal Computing, Loco, and Halibut and Herring.
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Busy,Busy, Busy

A travel blog entry by infinitytheatre on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment

... at dealing with it.
The cast did a good set on the street, it is tough doing it at 5:30pm because the crowd is less interested in us and more on dinner and destinations. Still, we plodded on. Lindsay absolutely killed the set up in The Earl. It was so good that the promoter asked us to perform in the "Best of The Fest" night. Unfortunately we are gone at that point. The bar ...

Hoots toots och aye

A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 10, 2014

3 comments, 38 photos

... one of the converted hospital buildings.

We did a short walk to the Golden Mile area of downtown Edinburgh before returning to the apartment via Sainsbury where we bought supplies for a home cooked dinner. The supermarket had some interesting produce including "Haggis chips" and "Stewart Beer". That evening, Jeed cooked Spaghetti Bolognese supervised by John, following an original recipe inspired by John. John also supervised the cleaning up.


Just call me Queen of the Scots

A travel blog entry by bmenke on Jan 22, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... sites of the city and told us about its dark history. We learned about the serial killers, Bourke and Hare, who killed people to sell their bodies to the medical school so they wouldn't have to dig up bodies like other people trying to make cash. The term graveyard shift comes from this event when families of the deceased would sit on their graves at night so no one would dig up the bodies. This was a great tour! And super cheap for a few hours of entertainment.


A travel blog entry by jebandcarmen on Jan 03, 2014

7 photos

... chips with a hearty pint.

It was Paul's first time to Europe, and he seemed to really be enjoying the different culture. Paul who has been suffering from a severe heart condition was a trooper walking up the stairs to the famous Edinburgh castle. After returning to Glasgow we all went out on his last night having some Haggis and Sticky Pudding.


From Edinburgh with love

A travel blog entry by taydubois on Oct 30, 2013

... not feel like walking all the way back so we settled for a small hole in he wall right on grassmarket near our hostel. It was loud and filled with obnoxious scottish people. We stayed for one drink, and went on our merry way. Kelly decided to head back since she had a big day ahead of her (she was going on a free tour to the highlands.) Kathleen and I decided to stay out a little bit and walked around grassmarket looking for a place. We settled on a bar called Black Bull. There was ...