18 Eildon Street

Address: 18 Eildon Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 5JU, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Warriston area of Edinburgh, is near Real Mary King's Close, Royal Botanic Garden, Bellevue Gallery, and Ink Tank.
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      The land of Kilts and Bagpipes

      A travel blog entry by hollyplunkett on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... caught the bus into the centre of town and I met Siobhan there. It was great to catchup with her, and she showed us some great pubs to have a drink at and then we walked to Arthers Seat. Siobhan had to leave for walk, and we climbed up Arthers seat, which is a big mountain. The views from top were amazing!

      After the hike we enjoyed "the worlds biggest Panini" which was delicious. After deciding not to attend ...

      A Wet Day

      A travel blog entry by infinitytheatre on Aug 03, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... venues, events do not cancel because of weather. Therefore if you do not show up it is considered bad form. We have another Zoo performance on Tuesday that the Zoo may cancel on us if we do not show up for the Sat performance. I decided to postpone my decision till after the performance. Once we had finished, I looked outside and just decided to cancel on the Zoo, as I was concerned about the kids health.

      We then ...


      A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 12, 2014

      60 photos

      ... history as a fortress and has been occupied by the Invading English forces from the south on several occasions. These days the castle is largely a tourist attraction although it does house the Scottish War Memorial and a number of Regimental Museums. It also contains a vault that accommodates the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Destiny. The Stone of Destiny was last used in 1953 for Queen Elizabeth's coronation.



      A travel blog entry by ashnloz on Apr 18, 2014

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      Friday 18 April It was an early start for us this morning as we caught the tube towards Kings Cross station to get our train to Edinburgh. The journey took us up the east coast of England and into Edinburgh Waverley Station. The countryside was quite spectacular with many little villages along the way. We had already sussed out a walking tour that started at 2pm so we quickly checked into our hotel and joined the tour with 5 minutes to spare. The tour was around the Old Town ...

      From Edinburgh with love

      A travel blog entry by taydubois on Oct 30, 2013

      ... early to do the free walking tour of Edinburgh. This was an amazing tour and would recommend you checking them out. They run tours all over the world, all for free! Our tour guide was Johnney, a very informative little scottish guy that was about our age. We started at the city hall building (which used to have pigs roaming wild), St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh Castle, Grassmarket, Greyfriar's Cemetery (see below for the full story on this), and ended back at the bridge looking at ...