60 Braid Road

60, Braid Road , Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

Wee Scotland !! Just a wee lot of fun !

A travel blog entry by mblack92


... for 22 pounds each) hooked ourselves to the 'Reflection Cruise' boat and floated down the river in the rain. To be honest it was pretty, but not that enthralling so we enhanced the experience by stuffing our faces with veggie chips for a good hour and a half. Veggie chips oh soooo good .. But ill never be able to eat them again. Michaela Finally we made it to the "real" Scotland as we decided to head to the Isle of Sky in search for the wee fairies that occupy the fairy ...

Hogmanay in Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by fergalicious


... for the 21st Annual Hogmanay! It was so fun and exciting being right there in the thick of it all! We joined the party people in the City Centre for a street party, with concerts, food, games, rides, and a ton of fun. We saw several spectacular fireworks shows starting at 20:14 (8:14) then again at 9, 10, 11 and of course the best at Midnight! They were ignited from Edinburgh Castle which is the highest point in the city and an awesome backdrop for the bursts light and ...

Edinburgh Castle & The Britannia

A travel blog entry by rozzij


... I felt extremely sad - almost like the spirits of those who died were there and I could feel their presence. After the Castle we drove to Leith to see the Britannia. It was built on the River Clyde, Glasgow and was decommissioned in Portsmouth in 1997 when Tony Blair said the upkeep was too expensive. It hasn't changed since 1953, the year it was built. All the clocks on board stopped at 3.02 when the Queen stepped off the ship for the last time. It's full of ...

Fringe fest fun

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... to have the best Guinness in Edinburgh. The next day I went off to play cricket while the others went to the Sunday markets and lazed in the sun up at Calton Hill. That night before they hopped back on the bus, we went for a feed of fish and chips and sat in the park, watching a million dogs pass by. A good end to the weekend.

Fireworks went off every night for the whole month around 10.30pm which after the fist few days found out it was part of the performance ...

Edinburgh = Auld Reekie and the nastiness

A travel blog entry by fendall


... was founded by David I, King of Scots in 1128. The roof collapsed during a storm in 1768, leaving the Abbey in ruin.

On the way back to the coach, Margaret spotted the road sign for "Abbey Strand", and we posed for another rendition of the Beatles “Abbey Road” pose. We went by a small two-story stone building located on the outer confines of the estate of Holyrood, and found out it was referred to as the Bath House of Queen Mary. The plaque ...


This B&B, located in the Blackford area of Edinburgh, is near The Royal Observatory, Ideal Computing, Loco, and Halibut and Herring.
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