3 Merchiston Bank Avenue

3, Merchiston Bank Avenue , Edinburgh, Scotland, EH10 5ED, United Kingdom | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Morningside area of Edinburgh, is near Ideal Computing, Loco, Halibut and Herring, and Fool.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Historical and Festival city

A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Aug 07, 2014

3 comments, 19 photos

... the top. In the evening attended the Tattoo dinner in the Queen Anne Room- 2 tables of 5 couples with 3 courses which consisted of bread rolls, mackerel and cherry tomato starter,main of venison with pureed kumera, long onions and beet root, pudding of chocolate mouse in a chocolate case and hot drink and fudge very good! The producer spoke and we had a bagpiper play. We were then let out to our seats for the Tattoo Our seats faced the Castle so we saw ...

The start of our journey

A travel blog entry by miketollerfield on Jun 30, 2014

1 photo

... parcel with Hoover bags and Hoover attachments for Hoover they where given while me and Jen where having a big clear out this week..! And then final lunch in Edinburgh with Jens parents Muriel & Billy then it will be off to Edinburgh airport to catch our very first flight of many in the next year..!! I know there wil be lots of tears from Jen her mum and Kels and I will have to walk onto plane with Jen in ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 23, 2014

4 photos

We arrived at London's Heathrow airport and took a tired but excited group of students through the first terminal. Since the airport is so large, we actually had to take a bus from Terminal 3, where we landed, to Terminal 5 where our domestic flight to Edinburgh would depart. We did a check to make sure that we had everybody. As the group leader, this is always weighing on me. The idea of moving somewhere without a student is actually quite terrifying and I certainly don't want ...

European splendour

A travel blog entry by morinne on Dec 02, 2013

25 photos

Although we live an hour away, it's like entering a different world when we go to Edinburgh. Maybe it's the Parliament, or the Festival, which attracts an international crowd, but somehow it is more cosmopolitan, wealthier for sure, just very different. So it's always like a holiday, no matter how long we go for. Usually it's a few days. That gives us time to try out some restaurants, have a wander round the Royal Mile or ...

A Taste of History and Horror

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Sep 08, 2013

Last day in Edinburgh

We got up late again cause we always try to miss all the other girls in the dorm and have the place to ourselves....

We went for breakfast and then we went to the Real Mary Kings close. The story of the city is that in the 17th century due to the plague they rebuilt the city on top of the old city by knocking the roof off the old buildings and then using the floor as the foundations of the new city.

The layout of the old city was the ...

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