17 Learmonth Terrace

17 Learmonth Terrace , Edinburgh, Scotland, EH4 1PG, United Kingdom | B&B

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Off to the Castle

A travel blog entry by goz60


We have a full day in the capital city today, we start with a sight seeing trip around the "New Town" with a local guide, we have a look around the beautiful homes from another era, homes of famous scientists, inventors and novelists, this area was built for the rich and famous of the time and nothing has changed over the last couple of hundred years, this is one very expensive area, the houses and the gated shared gardens are gorgeous. We drive by ...

New Years

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy


... Such great timing, and a nice way to be welcomed to the city.

New years eve was fantastic. We enjoyed chocolate baileys and salted caramel popcorn vodka, which was super nice as a shot together. We had lots of laughs at the apartment before venturing out to the Concert in the gardens.
Luckily for us it wasn't raining just super cold outside. We all looked like sumo wrestlers in our thousands of layers.

The street party ...

Insight Tour Day 7

A travel blog entry by bljohnson54


... St Giles graveyards trying to work out the angle a painting at home might have been painted from but to no avail... spooky though! Back to the hotel through a major park and past a floral clock (the oldest in the world 1907) like one I remember in Toronga Park as a kid.

Wonderful turreted old buildings everywhere- granted ,they are all black with grime but wow what a sight..... (Photos to follow as we are hungry)


Oh Scotland you beaut

A travel blog entry by miura09


... about 4-5 comedians. Out of all of them, I enjoyed the guitarist and a ginger. There was a New Zealander who was there. She was rather loud and boisterous. Too Australian really. We ended up staying for the next guy who had dark humour. It wasn't too dark but it was that funny either. He did engage with the crowd more though. We stayed till the end then came home. It was getting chilly so my nose started to run and ...

Checking out my heritage

A travel blog entry by nicoleanderson

In Edinburgh, we were lucky enough to have a contact- a friend of a friend- who we had spoken to before arriving and arranged to meet with. The train arrived around 6pm and we made our way down to a local bar, which was the designated meeting spot. We had to hang out for a bit for her to show up, she was running ate as she was just returning from France. After she came, we took our bags down to her place and dropped them off then headed out to went to a local pub for some ...


This B&B, located in the Comely Bank area of Edinburgh, is near Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Dean Village, Dean Gallery, and Institut Francais D'Ecosse.
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