60 Braid Road

60, Braid Road , Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Blackford area of Edinburgh, is near The Royal Observatory, Ideal Computing, Angles, and Fool.
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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh

The Tattoo!‏

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 07, 2014

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... we walked out of the first two after about 20 minutes as they were DIRE! We struck gold with a third one though: a very funny chap by the name of Kelly Kingham.
After that there was just time for a quick pub meal and then it was up to the castle for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. What a fantastic experience. A spectacular display of bagpipes and drums en masse, marching and dancing ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on May 27, 2014

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... which we had great views of both the city and the coastline to the north and east.

Many of you may be aware that I have a weakness for clothes. Especially, I have a weakness for tweedy, British clothes. This makes Edinburgh a very dangerous place for me to hang around; me walking down the Royal Mile is sort of the equivalent of a heroin addict in Kabul. Matters were not helped when we finally caved and bought a suitcase to ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 23, 2014

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... director was an important element of the trip for me, so I hoped that a Will would turn out to be a strength of the trip. The boys and male chaperones helped to bring bags from the baggage check to the group so that we weren't crowding the conveyor. Before long, all bags had arrived and we were ready to head to our bus. Will mentioned along the way that our bus driver preferred to be called "Del Boy" and that he wasn't sure what the driver's real name actually was. Apparently ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by tryan on Nov 28, 2013

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... graveyards and had muddy shoes, I didn't notice this fact, so I apologise to the Queens cleaner! Capped of my visit to Edinburgh with an amazing sunset viewing from the Castle forecourt, it was a sight to behold and a fantastic opportunity to reflect and give thanks for an amazing trip thus far. On a breeze, Catch the past. A cobble mile Of trodden path. Feel its life Course through Your veins You'll never leave. All will stay. (Walk an Edinburgh street - by Helen ...

A Taste of History and Horror

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

... time- pretty pathetic stuff. We only heard some footsteps but it was still super creepy and i was real happy to get out of there 40 mins later with no possessions or sightings!!

We then went into the kirk yard cemetery... And i know what your thinking... Who would enter a cemetery at night? Especially a haunted one and your right... It was bloody awful. The guide told us a story of the first concentration camp in Europe and then let us in. It was a place built to punish ...

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