60 Braid Road

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Crossing the border

A travel blog entry by mcffamily


... pass. I am yet to be in a position where I have to reverse, thank goodness!

We visited three sites on Hadrian's Wall- Housestead's Roman Fort, Chester's Fort and the Temple of Mithros. Our English Heritage Visitors Pass is being put to good use with free entry to all these places ( including Clifford's Tower which we visited in York). It's great being able to look at the Guidebook for the English Heritage sites and know ...

Our First Scottish Castle.

A travel blog entry by stuch6


That afternoon we drove to Sterling Castle so we could see our first ever castle. Stirling Castle was huge with massive walls and domineering towers. We walked around till we were due to meet the tour guide. The tour guide first took us to the towering walls so he could tell us about the history and all the battles the walls had stood up to. I just stood there taking ...


A travel blog entry by corny15


Booked in to our Georgian Period hotel with massive 18 ft ceilings and a good view over the city. A stroll around town took us up to Edinburgh Castle and then through the old town. After a tasty Indian meal we dropped in to "The Stand" comedy club where, for £2 we were entertained by some *****, and some fantastic ...

Edinburgh Tattoo

A travel blog entry by grahama01


... Station and caught the train into Edinburgh. Luckily the weather started to clear up when we arrived. We wandered around Edinburgh. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is on, and with the crowds milling about to go to the Tattoo, it was hard work to move around. There were some weird and wonderful people - both performers and spectators alike. However, ...


A travel blog entry by kristineg


... and I were excited to see that the room had a double bed!
After checking out the hostel, we decided to head up to the Royal Mile. The Edinburgh castle sits on top of a large hill with cliffs on 3 sides. Its very beautiful. From the old castle down is the Royal Mile, and it ends when you reach Holyrood Palace; where the Queen visit’s a couple times a year. The Royal Mile is probably longer than an actual mile. The streets are all cobble and lined with ...


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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